In are lesson in framing skills we learnt about all of the framing angles and different types of shots and then we were sent out to test the different frames and angles here are the results.
This is known as the ES or the establishing shot it is used to show the setting and what its like and to generate the general atmosphere.
This is known as the EC or extreme close up it is used to show emotions In peoples faces or to emphasise an object.
This is known as the LS or long shot it is used to get a full grip of what the character looks like.
This is known as the CU or close up this so you can see a detailed close up on the characters face so you can see his emotions or just what he looks like.
This known as the DA or dutch angle this an obscure angle of the character used to create a tense moment.
This is known as LAS or a low angle shot is used to show power in the character presented.
This is the MLS or medium long shot is used to bring you closer to the character but leaves room for other things like more character’s.
The MCU or medium close up shot is used to show the characters face and the emotions he’s feeling but also leaves enough room to add props in to explain the character a bit more.
Punch Drunk Love (2002) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson [Film]. Place of distribution: new line cinema.
This is an example of leading lines. Leading lines are used to draw attention to a subject in a film this example uses the hallway to point to the character walking down it.
The Social Network (2010) Directed by David Fincher [Film]. Place of distribution: Columbia pictures.
This is an example of depth of field. Depth of field is used to emphasise a certain object or character and give them a significant importance.
Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Directed by Wes Anderson [film]. place of distribution: Indian paintbrush
This is an example of Symmetry. Symmetry is used to create order to the set in such away that it brings focus to more than one object/character.
The Shawshank Redemption (1994) Directed by Frank Darabont [film]. place of distribution: castle rock entertainment
This is an example of depth. Depth is used to show a certain object of importance but also showing some information in the background.
Se7en (1995) Directed by David Fincher [film]. place of distribution: cecchi gori pictures.
This is an example of rule of thirds it is used to position the most important objects along certain lines in the scene.
Here are some of my own examples of composition.
Depth I applied it by having the main subject in the fore ground and stuff happening in the back ground creating depth.
symmetry I applied this by having my two main subjects placed in symmetry.
Natural framing I applied this by capturing a picture of the main subject threw the arm of the bench.
Rule of thirds I applied this by having the main subject on the line of the rule of thirds.
Leading lines I applied this by having the lines of the wall pointing to the subject.