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Tuesday: Camera Angles!

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Stefany Guido

on 25 July 2016

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Transcript of Tuesday: Camera Angles!

Behind the Scenes
Recap
Legoman Walk

What was difficult?


What was easy?


What was surprising?
Stop Motion Examples
Camera Angles
Pan
Zoomed-Shot (close-up)
Pedistal up/down
Birds-Eye view
High Angle
Eye-Level
Low Angle
Canted Angle
Low Level

Pan
Moving the camera lens to one side or another. Look to your left, then look to your right - that's panning.
Zoomed Shot
Close up: Camera focuses on something and slowly zooms in.
Todays Mission
Create a short clip using the different camera angels.
Tuesday: Camera Angles!
Why?
Pedestal Up/Down
Slowly bringing the camera up and down an object of focus.
Birds Eye View
A scene is shown from almost directly (or directly) above the subject
High Angle
A technique where the camera looks down on the subject from a high angle and the point of focus often gets "swallowed up."
Eye Level
Camera angle that is shot directly at eye level.
Low Angle
Canted Angle
Low Level
a low-angle shot, is a shot from a camera angle positioned low on the vertical axis, anywhere below the eye line, looking up.
A camera angle which is deliberately slanted to one side, sometimes used for dramatic effect to help portray unease, disorientation, frantic or desperate action, madness, etc.
A camera angle that is shot from below eye level without any tilt.
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