VIDEO & MOVEMENT
To Complete this Challenge:
Record multiple angles of video of yourself in a place or in various places that are meaningful to you
Decide on a location
Find an Interesting Subject
Find a place that is meaningful to you where you would like to film
Decide what you want to say or do or what you want to shoot
Make sure light you have enough light
SET UP YOUR CAMERA
Adjust your camera's video resolution and frame rate
Open your camera Settings.
Select "1080p" at "30fps" for most video,
or "1080p" at "60fps" if you are shooting fast action
Turn on the "gridlines" function on your camera
Open your camera Settings and switch "grid" or "grid lines" to "on."
Clean your camera lens
WHEN YOU'RE READY TO SHOOT
Be sure to hold your phone horizontally
(in the Landscape Orientation)
Hold your camera with both hands
1. Extreme Wide Shot. Record a shot that shows an entire scene.
2. Wide Shot. Record a shot that shows an entire person or area.
3. Mid Shot. Shoot a person from the waist up or the upper (or
lower) half of an object.
4. Close-up. Shoot a person or object from close range.
5. Eye-Level Angle. Record a shot where the camera is level and looking
directly at the person or object you are filming.
6. High Angle. Film your subject from above with the camera pointing
7. Low Angle. Film your subject from below by pointing the camera upward.
8. Pan. Follow an action sequence by moving the camera from left to right in
a controlled sweep
9. Tilt. Move the camera up or down in a slow, controlled sweep
NOW, TRY AT LEAST 5 OF THESE SHOTS
WHEN YOU'RE DONE
Upload your favorite video
to Vimeo, share the link in Google Classroom, then click on Mark as Done