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  1. Ryan Heberling
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  3. Comm. 1851
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  5. 2/1/2005
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  8. Photography Definitions
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  10. 1.Close Up- stresses characters or objects over the surrounding environment, usually for  expressive or dramatic purposes, and it can be an extremely powerful means  for guiding and directing a viewer's attention to important features of a scene's  action or meaning
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  12. 2.Oblique Angle/ Canted Shot- involves a tilted camera leaning to one side or the other  and is an effective way of making the world look off-kilter, often to express a  character's anxieties or disoriented, disorganized frame of mind
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  14. 3.Medium Shot- brings viewers closer to the characters while still showing some of their  environment
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  16. 4.Two Shot- shot which two actors appear within the frame, usually illuminating the  characters while preserving details of the setting
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  18. 5.Full Shot- shot that includes the full body of the subject, from head to toe
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  20. 6.Establishing Shot- a long shot that is used to open a film or begin a scene, usually  revealing information about the location of the character
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  22. 7.Long Shot- used to stress environment or setting and to show a character's position in  relationship to a given environment
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  24. 8.Low Angle Shot- shows the main character looking at another character on the ground  simulating the point of view of that character on the ground
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  26. 9.High Angle Shot- camera angle usually above the eye level of performers in a scene
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  28. 10.Bird's Eye View Shot- shot looking down vertically on the action from above
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  30. 11.Poop Shot - camera angle tilted 45* zoomed in looking for corn
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  32. 12. Mac Shot - Using a skyscraper to try to get  ashot of macs hair
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