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Shooting Different Camera Shoots
Extreme Wide shoot Description Shows scenes location Panoramic effect Answers the question Where - location
Long (wide) shot Description Shows person from head to toe Answers the question Where and what is happening
Medium shot Description Waist to head shot Answers the question WHO
Close up Description Head and shoulders shot Answers the question Feelings
Extreme Close up Description Focuses on facial expression Answers the question feelings
Over the shoulder shot Description Established more than one talent Gives distinct perspective on a conversation Shows 2 people Answers the question Point of view
Additional types of shots
Cutaway shots (B-roll shots) Are spare shots or safety shots Does NOT focus on people Examples: scenery Taken after essential shots have been made Used to cover jumps in a story
Establishing shots Tells WHERE the video takes place It is usually a LONG shot Sample: Montarey Bay Aquarium http://www.mbayaq.org/video/video_popup_pr_high.asp?prVideo=2_pr&bhcp=1
A shot implying power A shot implying submissiveness
Tilt Moves camera Up And down
Pan Moves camera Side to side
Camera composition Rule of thirds
Rule of Thirds Divide screen into 1/3s
Rule of thirds - Samples Video http://www.techlearning.com/quickflicks/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=54202082 More samples http://www.hippasus.com/resources/viscomp/RuleThirds.html
Rule of Thirds Front view – eyes should be on the 1/3 line from the top Profile (side vide) NOSE should be 1/3 from the left/right side of the camera
Rule of Thirds - Interview Look Space Is needed to show what directions the person is facing
Rule of Thirds Triangles – three people Objective - create BALANCE
Triangles – three people Choice 1
Triangles – three people Choice 2
Triangles – three people Choice 3
Head Room Space you leave above the subjects head Space left below the chin
Spacial relations Cameras tend to DISTORT space Things appear FARTHER apart on the screen the in real life So your talent needs to be CLOSER together to appear normal or natural
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