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cinematography I part 2.docx

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Film Studies
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Film Studies 1020E
Professor
Gregg Redner

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Camera Angles: • Low angle – view of the subject from a position lower than itself • High angle – the POV is directed in a downward angle • Crane shot – an overhead shot • The height of the shots change depending on the physical characteristics involved in the shot. For instance a conversation between an adult and little child might be shot at two different heights. This is often called a POV shot. • Camera angles indicate a great deal about psychological or political message of the shot Depth Field: • Refers to the number of planes that a
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