S: Different Kinds of Shots =]
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FC: made by: Patrice Paloso II- Faith | Different Kinds | of Shots
1: It is important to know the different shots... | so here are some of them.
3: 1. Full Shot | -reveals the whole body of the actor and where he is positioned. | Photography by: Patrice Paloso | Model: Kit Yana
4: Photography by: Patrice Paloso | Model: Bernie Torculas
5: 2. Close-Up Shot | - shows the actor from his shoulder up.
6: 3. Extreme Close-Up Shot | - face or part of the face that fills the screen | Model: Patrice Paloso Photography by: Mikaela Bunao
7: The eye
8: "Little Girls are Heavens Flowers" | 4. Long Shot | - similar to full shot but it covers a wider area and is used to establish a setting. | Models: Whoopi Magdoza and Tamsen Torralba Photography by: Patrice Paloso
11: 5. Medium Shot | - reveals the actor's upper body; from head to torso | Models: (from left to right) Mikaela Bunao, Bernie Torculas, Lecs Uy Photography by: Patrice Paloso
13: 6. Master Shot | - covers the entire scene where the action is happening; usually used to establish relationships among characters. | Models: Mikaela Bunao, Bernie Torculas, Lecs Uy Photography by: Patrice Paloso
14: 7. Over-the-shoulder shot | -is a shot of someone or something taken over the shoulder of another person. | Model: Whoopi Magdoza
17: model: Nova Pamaong | 8. Traveling Shot | - the camera moves with the action in a scene.
19: model: Nova Pamaong | 8. Traveling Shot | - the camera moves with the action in a scene.
21: 9. Low Angle Shot | - taken beneath the eye level and the camera is directed upward. | Model: Bernie Torculas and Lecs Uy
22: 10. Worm's Eye View | - usually done by setting the camera down to floor level. | Model: Lecs Uy and Bernie Torculas
25: 11. Panning Shot | - it is the horizontal movement of a shot from a fixed axis.
27: 12. Point-of-View Shot | -subjective shot that shows the scene the way a character sees it.
28: 13. Establishing Shot | -establishes the location or geography of the place.
31: 14. High Angle Shot | -taken from above the subject and the camera is directed downward
33: 15. Canted Shot | -done by slanting your camera. | ...and these are some kinds of shots.