This shot magnifies the object andshows the importance of things.5.Extreme Close-UpGenerally magnifying beyondwhat the human eye wouldexperience in reality. An extremeclose-up of a face, for instance,would show only the mouth or eyes, with no background detailwhatsoever. This is a veryartificial shot, and can be used for dramatic effect.It is unlikely that we would usesuch a shot. Possibility wouldmaybe be an extreme close upof the eyes of a student whilehe/she is reading a sign whichwould be as part of thecutaways.
Variety of angles
1.Bird’s Eye ViewThis shows a scene from directlyoverhead, a very unnatural andstrange angle.This shot does, however, put theaudience in a godlike position,looking down on the action.People can be made to look insignificant.Variations are the CRANE SHOTand the AREAL SHOT.Even if we could use this shotit would not fit in well withinour film as it would be overlydramatic.2.High AngleThe camera is elevated above theaction.High angles make the object photographed seem smaller, andless significant. The object or character often gets swallowed up by their setting - they become partof a wider pictureAs part of the cutaways if wefind the right spot a shot fromabove of students in auniversity so to convey theidea of the students being partof a wider scheme of thingse.g. the education scheme.3.Eye LevelA fairly neutral shot; the camerais positioned as though it is ahuman actually observing a scene,so that the actor's head is on alevel with the focus.We would be using this type of shot for every interview thatwe do.4.Low Angle
Low angles help give a sense of confusion to a viewer, of powerlessness within the action of a scene. The background of a low angleshot will tend to be just sky or ceiling, the lack of detail aboutthe setting adding to thedisorientation of the viewer.Theadded height of the object maymake it inspire fear and insecurityin the viewer, who is psychologically dominated by thefigure on the screen.Maybe towards the end or evenfor an ending a low angle of astudent deciding which way togo, university or apprenticeship. The low anglemay provide the sense of confusion that the student isfeeling but it will thenillustrate the student as the onein control, the decision ishis/hers to make.Or such a shot of one studentlooking up to the university inthe background followed byanother looking up to a building where he will be an