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SHOTS, ANGLES AND CAMERA MOVEMENTS

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Natalia Baez Rodriguez

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Transcript of SHOTS, ANGLES AND CAMERA MOVEMENTS

SHOTS
TWO, THREE AND GROUP SHOTS
SHOTS, ANGLES AND CAMERA MOVEMENTS
Coordinación Industrias Creativas
Centro de Gestión de Mercados, logistica y Nuevas Tecnologias
Regional Distrito Capital

Gran Plano General/
Extreme Long Shot or Extreme Wide Shot
Plano General/
Long Shot or Wide Shot
Plano Americano/
Cowboy Shot
Plano Medio/
Medium Shot
/
Two Shot
Primer Plano/
Close Up
Plano Detalle/
Extreme Close Up

Insert
/ One or two objects

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Planos y Movimientos, https://es.slideshare.net/cugael/planos-y-movimientos-de-cmara



BODY SHOTS
EXTREME LONG SHOT / EXTREME WIDE SHOT OR ESTABLISHMENT SHOT
LONG SHOT or WIDE SHOT
FULL SHOT
COWBOY SHOT
MEDIUM SHOT
CLOSE UP
EXTREME CLOSE UP
INSERT
ANGLES
Vertical Axis
Horizontal Axis
Picado
: High angle
Contra Picado:
Low angle
Cenital:
Overhead
Nadir
: Undershot

3/4
(Cars)
Over Shoulder

De espaldas:
Reverse Angle

High Angle
Low angle
Over Head
Undershot
3/4
Over Shoulder

Reverse Angle
MOVEMENTS
Mechanical:
Paneo:
Pan
Travelling
Dolly ( in, out/ back, circular)
Tilt (up, down)

PAN
TRAVELLING
DOLLY
In - Out
TILT
Up- Down
Movements
Optic
Zoom In - Zoom Out
It
establishes
a scene in terms of
time
and
place
, as well as a character’s physical or emotional relationship to the environment and elements within it.
This shot often sets the scene and our character’s place in it.
Frames character from head to toes. The emphasis tends to be more on
action
and
movement
rather than a character’s emotional state.
This shot gets its name from Western films from the 1930s and 1940s.
It frames the subject from mid-thighs up to fit the character’s gun holsters into the shot.
For a person, a medium shot typically frames them from about waist up.
This is one of the most common shots seen in films, as it focuses on a character (or characters) in a scene while still showing some environment.
It frames this tightly, the emotions and reaction of a character dominate the scene.
It emphasizes a small area or detail of the subject, such as the eye(s) or mouth.
The high angle is commonly used to portray the subject as small and vulnerable.
Low angles are used to make the subject appear larger and dominant.
Extreme Close up shots can create a feeling of intimacy or emotion.
These are shots filmed from behind a person and will show the back of a person’s head. It tends to place more of an emphasis on the connection between two speakers.
This shot does puts the audience in a godlike position, looking down on the action.

People can be made to look insignificant, ant-like, part of a wider scheme of things.
The character looks like a hero, powerful, in
charge.
A panning shot emulates movement when you look right to left and viceversa.
The camera is moved along right and left, it results in a very smooth movement.
This camera movement emulates the motion that you make with your head if you look up and down.
The closeup objetive is to create a stronger connection to the subject.
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