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    CinematographyBeth, Amber and Danielle

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    Extreme Close-upUsed to show a characters emotion or emphasise detail of an

    object.SHOTS

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    Close-upused to show a characters facial expressions and the importance

    of a person or object

    SHOTS

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    Mid-Shot

    SHOTS

    used to highlight a characters body

    language

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    Mid-long shot (american shot)

    SHOTS

    used to highlight a characters body language

    and the setting they are in.

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    Long shotSHOTS

    used to show a character and its surroundings

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    Extreme long shot

    SHOT

    used to show surroundings with a bigger perspective

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    Two shot

    SHOTSused to show two characters, their emotions

    and body language

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    ESTABLISHING SHOTSHOTS

    used to show the setting os a scene or film

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    master shot

    SHOT

    S

    used to show all the characters in a scene.

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    over shoulder

    SHOT

    used to show a conversation and the people in it

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    LOW ANGLE

    ANGLESused to make objects or characters seem larger and intimidating

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    high angle

    ANGLESused to make an object or character seem small

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    Crane shot

    ANGLESused to show a scene from a higher

    angle and also to make something

    appear smaller.

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    birds eye view

    ANGLES

    used to make characters and objects appear

    small and vulnerable and also shows an aerial

    view

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    WORMS EYE VIEWMakes a character or object look large and dominating

    ANGLES

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    CANTED ANGLEused to distort the image and make the

    audience feel uneasyANGLES

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    Push in - pull out

    MOVEMENT

    used to focus on an object or person or highlight where

    an object or person is

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    Tilt

    MOVEMENTS

    Used to show a whole object and/ormake it seem dominating or

    vulnerable

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    Panning

    MOVEMENT

    S

    Used to follow an object or person

    when in motion or shows the extent of

    a location or scene