If you want to use a camera, you must have a
shot list or a script that is annotated with shots!

Rather than working on our current project until
you are 'done', you are now required to work on it
until we move on to the next project as a class.

It is never perfect.
There are always improvements that can be made.

We will explore image upscalers to improve resolution.

Sound effects have been added to our shared Google folder!
Click here to explore hundreds of sound effects.

Shot Types

Basic shot types

These are the most frequently used shot types. You will be required to use all of these in some of your projects.

Secondary shot types

These are additional shot types you'll often see. You will be required to use some of these in your projects.

Camera angles and placement

Other types of shots

shot sizing

(Studio Binder, 2020)

Supplementary material


Dise, J., 2016. Filmmaking 101: Camera Shot Types. B&H Photo. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/video/tips-and-solutions/filmmaking-101-camera-shot-types

The Ultimate Guide to Camera Shots [Online image]. (2020). Studio Binder. https://www.studiobinder.com/blog/ultimate-guide-to-camera-shots/