CAMERA SHOT AND ITS TYPES

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Camera Shot and Its Types:

Camera Shot and Its Types

Camera Shot:

Camera Shot In the photography and cinematography, camera shot is the part of the subject matter that is viewed and photographed by the camera.

The types of some camera shot:

The types of some camera shot

1. Extreme Long Shot:

1. Extreme Long Shot Extreme Long Shot is a type of camera shot where subjects in the frame are small.

2. Long Shot:

2. Long Shot In photography and cinematography, a long shot is a type of camera shot which shows typically shows the entire object or human figure and is usually intended to place it in some relation to its surroundings.

3. Medium Long Shot:

3. Medium Long Shot In photography and cinematography, a Medium Long shot is a term which shows a person from head to knees usually. This gives a photographer the opportunity not only to show some of the environment, but also allows multiple people to easily interact.

4. Medium Shot:

4. Medium Shot Medium shot is another type of camera shot in which the subject is in the middle distance by permitting some of the background to be seen.

5. Medium Close Up:

5. Medium Close Up Medium Close Up ( MCU ) is a camera shot which is cropped between the shoulders and the belt line.

6. Close Up:

6. Close Up In photography and cinematography, Close up is a type of camera shot which tightly frames a person or an object.

7. Big Close Up :

7. Big Close Up Big Close Up is a camera shot that is taken very close to the subject (closer than would be necessary for a close-up).

8. Extreme Close Up:

8. Extreme Close Up Extreme Close Up is another type of camera shot where a part of the subject will cover the whole frame.

9. Two Shot:

9. Two Shot Two Shot is a shot of two persons who are framed similarly to a mid shot.

10. Over The Shoulder Shot:

10. Over The Shoulder Shot Over the Shoulder Shot is another type of camera shot that is looking from behind a person at the subject

11. High Angle Shot:

11. High Angle Shot In photography and cinematography, a High Angle Shot is a type of camera shot which is taken usually when the camera angle is located above the eyeline .

12. Low Angle Shot:

12. Low Angle Shot In photography and cinematography, a Low Angle Shot is another type of camera shot which is taken usually when the camera angle is located below the eyeline .

13. Focus Pull:

13. Focus Pull Focus Pull is another shot where the photographer can change focus during a shot which means to adjust the focus from one subject to another.

The end:

The end

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