Shot sizes

  • Close ups: face, eyes. They capture small movements like eye twiches that show the character’s emotions, it’s a deeply personal shot choice
  • wides: the establishing shot, showing you the setting, also used to show multiple characters and where they stand in relation to each other.
  • mids: concentrates on a certain area or person, allows you a more detailed view so you get more of an insight into the story. Also captures body movements
  • pans
  • whip pans
  • over the shoulder
  • high shot-looking down at money
  • low shot
  • two shot
  • fast cuts
  • tracking shots
  • tilts
  • extreme close ups-hands, eyes

Framing: Where we put the frame

Composition:where and how we place things in the frame

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