Sunday, 20 September 2015
Tracking Shot- Follows movement and can draw in and out of the character. The viewer is able to follow the characters movements, as if they were there beside him/her.
Tilt Shot- Upwards tilt can suggest to the audience that the character in the frame has dominance and power.
Zoom- Similar to tracking, in the sense that it can zoom in and out of a character, allowing the audience to see an object or character better.
Arc Shot- Follows in the shape of a arc around characters. Lets the audience see reactions of all characters in the frame, and can cause tension.
Crane Shot- Allows the viewer to see the action from a vertical angle.
Panning Shot- Scanning the room, giving the audience a view of the setting.