Camera Angles and Shots
By: Kailee and Walker
Featuring Beach's and Movies
Point of View
Rule of Thirds
This is where the shot is divided into nine sections with three lines across and three lines up. This leaves nine boxes, and you usually want your main subject in the center of the nine boxes.
Very funny Superbowl commercial 2015 - Doritos Angler -
Over the shoulder
This is used to show from the subjects perspective. It's usually used during conversations, but it's used here more like a POV shot. However, since it's a fish, they most likely used this shot, due to the fact a fish's POV would be hard to distinguish from just a regular moving shot. Plus, fish don't have shoulders.
This shot is used to tell emotion and facial expressions. As you can see, this shot isn't an extreme close up, but is still close enough where you can easily see the subjects emotions. In this case, it's shock.
A wide shot is used to establish the setting or place. In this case, it's used to show both subjects. This shot also shows the fish jumping back in the water.