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Camera work and Video Production

Camera shots, movements, angles and lighting
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Arnold Changamire

on 22 June 2012

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Transcript of Camera work and Video Production

Camera, lighting, sound and other equipment
Film Language
Shots and angles
A framing in which the scale of the object shown is very small; a building, landscape, or crowd of people will fill the screen.
A framing in which the scale of the object shown is small; a standing human figure would appear nearly the height of the screen.
Long Shot
Close up
A framing in which a person's head or an object would fill the frame
Medium Shot
Framing in which the scale of the object shown is fairly large, a human figure seen from the waist up would fill up most of the screen
Crane shot
Crane Shot
A framing in which the camera is above the ground and moving in the air in any direction
Pan
A framing in which the camera pans
from right to left
Tilt
A framing in which the camera swivels upward
and downwards on a stationary support
High angle view- audience is inferior-
subject is superior
Low angle view- audience is superior
subject is inferior
Tracking
A mobile framing that travels through space forward, backward, or laterally. Usually follows a character or object as it moves along the screen
Point of View
A framing that shows the view
from he subjects perspective.
Point of View
A framing which shows what a
character is looking at.

Sound
Diegetic Sound- Sound whose source is visible on the screen.
It is also known as Actual Sound, voices of characters, sounds made by objects in the story.
Non-Diegetic Sound-Sound whose source is neither visible on the screen
nor has been implied to be present in the action.
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