Cinematography By: Trenton Farnsworth

Low angle- This is used to make the setting more intimidating.
Extreme low angle- This is used to make the character more menacing.
High angle- This is used to make the subject weak and/or lessoned of power.
Close up- This is used to show the characters emotional state.
Extreme close up- This is used to detail of the characters face.
Wide shot- This is used to show where they are at.
Over the shoulder- This is used to show what the character is looking at.
Establishing shot- This is used to show where the character is at.
Tracking shot- This is used to show where they are going.
Long shot- This is used to show a majority of the character.

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