ANALYSING MOVING IMAGE

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Sometimes called an establishing shot, it is used to introduce a setting, together with the characters and action in the frame
Long Shot
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Sometimes called a mid shot, it is used to show the characters in more detail.
Medium Shot
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This shot is generally used to show and confirm the emotions of characters.
Close-up
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This shot is generally used to draw the audience’s attention to something important within the scene.
Extreme Close-up
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This camera angle is used to show dominance of a character or building.
Low Angle
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This camera angle is used to show vulnerability of a character or building.
High Angle
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This is a movement by a stationary camera, which may move smoothly and slowly left to right, or right to left.
Pan
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This is a movement by a stationary camera, which may move up and down, used for camera shots with angles.
Tilt
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This is a movement by the camera, quite often on tracks, which moves alongside the action in the scene.
Tracking
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Card 2

Front

Sometimes called a mid shot, it is used to show the characters in more detail.

Back

Medium Shot

Card 3

Front

This shot is generally used to show and confirm the emotions of characters.

Back

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Card 4

Front

This shot is generally used to draw the audience’s attention to something important within the scene.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

This camera angle is used to show dominance of a character or building.

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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