Below are are the list of some of the shots we learnt about as a class:
CU (Close Up): Close shot of the full face.
MCU (Midium Close Up): A close up shot from the shoulders upwards, e.g capturing mainly the face face.
WS (Wide Shot): A Wide Shot, is a shot usually used to show a vast majority of scenery.
MS (Mid Shot): A shot from the waist upwards, capturing the body and face.
Two-Shot: When 2 people are in the same shot from the waist upwards.
OSS (Over-the-Shoulder-Shot): is a shot of someone or something taken over the shoulder of another person.
POV (Point of View Shot): A shot that shows what a character or a subject is looking at
Here are some different camera angles we learnt:
Below are some of the camera movement we learnt in class:
Panning - the panning features involves the camera moving from side to side, this is used to show scenery.
Tracking - when a track is used its placed down and the camera follows the the track and moves in a certain way the track is set. This is used to follow characters
Below are some of the above camera shot (images).