FC: Camera Angles
2: Weather Shot Captures the weather to set the tone as a 'cut away'
3: Low Angle Shot Makes the audience feel inferior and the character more dominant.
4: High Angle Shot Makes the character(s) look small and weak as the audience look down upon them.
5: Establishing Shot Shows the setting at the start to establish where the action is taking place.
6: Point of View Shot Shows the view seen by an individual involved in the action - allows empathy.
7: Don't think: Look! -Ludwig Wittgenstein | Two Shot Shows a relationship between two characters.
8: Three Shot A three shot is usually used to show the relationship between three people. It is a lot like a two shot.
9: Over the Shoulder Shot Shows the audience the reaction of someone in a conversation - can be reversed to see the speaker.
10: Extreme Close Up The camera is close showing the face of the actor allowing the audience to see the emotions of a character/creates empathy.
11: Close Up A tight shot showing the audience where to focus their attention.
12: Mid Shot Shows characters from the waist up and allows the audience an 'equal' position in relation to the action.
13: Long Shot A long shot is usually used to show one person's full body, or a group of people.