BC: By Shondell, Alice, Lauren and Leah
FC: Media Camera Shots.
1: This is a two shot, it usually shows the relationship between two characters.
2: This is a Close-Up, this is used to show the audience the emotions of a character and creates empathy.
3: This is a mid shot, this shows the character from the waist up, and allows the audience an equal position in relation to the action.
4: This is an over-the-shoulder shot, this shows the audience the reaction of someone in a conversation, this can be reversed to see the speaker.
5: This is a weather shot, this captures the weather to set the tone as a 'cutaway'.
6: This is a long shot, the camera is at a distance, showing the scene and the setting of the action.
7: This is a four shot, this shows the relationship between the four characters.
8: This is an establishing shot, this shows the setting at the start to establish where the action is taking place.
9: This is a low angle shot, makes the audience feel inferior and the character(s) more dominant.
10: This is a high angle shot, makes the character look small and weak as the audience look down upon them.
11: This is a point of view shot, this shows the view seen by an individual involved in the action, this allows empathy.
12: This is a wide shot, shows the panoramic view to give a feeling of space.
13: This is an extreme close-up, this is a tight shot showing the audience where to focus their attention.