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A camera angle in photography, film making, and other visual arts.
- The camera angle marks the specific location at which a camera is placed to take a shot. A scene may be shot from several camera angles.This will give different experience and sometimes emotion.
Where the camera is placed in relation to the subject greatly affects the way the viewer perceives that subject. A high-angle shot makes the subject look small or weak while a low-angle shot makes the subject look powerful or threatening. A neutral shot has little to no psychological effect on the viewer.
-A Dutch angle gives the viewer a feeling of a world out of balance or psychological unrest.
-In film, a high angle shot is usually when the camera is located high.
-With this type of angle, the camera looks down on the subject and the point of focus often get "swallowed up" by the setting.
-High angle shots also make the figure or object seem vulnerable or powerless.
In film, a Bird's eye shot refers to a shot looking directly down on the subject. The perspective is very foreshortened, making the subject appear short and squat. This shot can be used to give an overall establishing shot of a scene, or to emphasise the smallness or insignificance of the subjects. These shots are normally used for battle scenes or establishing where the character is. It is shot by lifting the camera up by hands or by hanging it off something strong enough to support it. For a scene that needs a large area shot, then it will most often likely to be lifted up by a crane or some other sort of machine.
Dutch tilt, Dutch angle, oblique angle, German angle, canted angle or Batman Angle are terms used for a cinematic tactic often used to portray the psychological uneasiness or tension in the subject being filmed. A Dutch angle is achieved by tilting the camera off to the side so that the shot is composed with the horizon at an angle to the bottom of the frame. Many Dutch angles are static shots at an obscure angle, but in a moving Dutch angle shot the camera can pivot, pan or track along the director/cinematographer's established diagonal axis for the shot......etc.....

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