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  • Created on: 20-02-14 20:00

Extreme Long Shot -used mainly to set the scene of the movie you are trying to create. It usually shows the outside of a building or even a landscape to give the audience a brief idea of where the scene takes place.

 Close-Up Shot -is mainly used to concentrate on a face showing very little background. The director may choose to make the background a blur to gain the audience’s attention on what he/she wants to be mainly seen. Close-Up Shots can be focused on objects or a character’s facial expression which takes up the mind of the character.

Extreme Close-Up Shot- magnifies beyond what the human eye would imagine in reality. Dramatic and tense effect. 

Bird’s-eye view- shows a scene from overhead. Overhead of your character or even to show the setting.

High Angle- This angle is similar to


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