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Editable 17 slide powerpoint explaining types of camera angles and shots. Includes topics such as the rule of thirds and the golden mean. Photos are used for examples. Also includes a guided notes sheet for struggling note takers.
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Nice! Saves me a lot of work researching the internet for this. Looking forward to using it in classes this year.
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On  January 20, 2014,  Melissa V. asked:
Could you tell me if you include these in your PowerPoint?
close-up, opening shot, dissolve, long shot, outside shot, fade in, pan, fade to black, and cut to
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On  January 20, 2014Lauren Coupland answered:
It includes close up, opening shot, long shot. It also includes z-axis, rule of thirds, golden mean, principal action axis. High, low, birds eye, and eye level angles. Also includes extreme close up, medium shot, extreme long shot.

I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions!
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Camera angles and film shots notes
Camera angles and film shots notes
Camera angles and film shots notes
Camera angles and film shots notes