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Isolate Shots
Schneider, Jenifer Jasinksi


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The students’ ability to create meaning within the visual frame is the first step in sorting out their communicative purposes and in determining the effects of their corresponding choices.

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EYE LEVEL Shot from the perspective of real life.! LOW ANGLE Shot from below the action. Gives the object power over the audience. DUTCH ANGLE The camera is twisted to give the audience a sense of instability. CLOSE UP (CU) Shows the character's emotion. Helps the audience focus in on what's important about the person or the object. EXTREME CLOSE UP (ECU) Gives the audience a perspective that is not part of reality or within the scope of normal social distance BIRD'S EYE & HIGH ANGLE Shot from high above the action. Gives the audience a unique perspective and can make the audience feel powerful. EXTREME LONG SHOT (ELS) Used to show the audience where the scene is taking place. LONG SHOT (LS) Shows the person in comparison to the surroundings.! MEDIUM SHOT (MS) Shot from the waist up. Used most often for dialogue. Two person Three person Over the shoulder shot CAMERA SHOTS JENIFER JASINSKI SCHNEIDER French & Indian War Reference:! theshoot-camerashotsandangles.php


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