What is an establishing shot?

What is an establishing shot?

What is an establishing shot in film? Essentially, an establishing shot is a shot that sets something up for your viewers. It is a way to introduce people, places, and things that will be important to the upcoming scene. It gives context for the scene that is about to...
Dutch angle shot: history and uses

Dutch angle shot: history and uses

The Dutch angle shot–which is also known as the Dutch Tilt, oblique angle, German angle, or canted angle–is a type of camera shot. When employing the Dutch angle, the camera is set at such an angle that the horizon line is tilted, not running parallel to the top and...
Low angle shot

Low angle shot

A low angle shot, simply put, is when the camera is positioned below the subject’s eye line. The camera points upwards towards the subject.  Why use a low angle shot? A low angle shot can convey a wide range of mood and emotion. It can be used to express...
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