I've learned about
- Long shots : these shot is used to get a person or object in full view of the camera. it should be called the full body shot.
- Medium shots : these shot is similar to the full shot but you only focused on half of a person or object. it should be called the half shot.
- Close up shots : ok these shot is exactly how it is spelled out you get your camera right up on the action of weather someones facial features or on a thing that is moving but really your not really not suppose to get shots of animate objects.
- Establishing shots : when your camera gives us a shot of the setting of were the action is taking place.
- Rule of Thirds : ok these is a trick people use in film and media industries in which they never have there person or object in the middle of there shot so the object or person is put into either the right or left side of the camera.
- Head room: this shooting tip is to make sour your audience only focuses on your charter and not whats around him. you can have too little head room like if there head is above your shot. and there is to much head room is when you have giant gap onto of your charters head this should only be used if you have an action going over your charter like something falling on him or her and or it.
- Lead room : it is pretty much the same as head room but its the sides of your camera shot not the top you should leave a little room in front of were your charter is looking or moving your really not suppose to have lead room behind your charter unless your showing an action in the back of him like something chasing or walking behind him or her or even it.