Considering the fact that I was going to make a documentary I had to capture many different shots from all sorts of angles. So I’ve a produced a short explanation of the different camera shots that I used in my documentary as part of this treatment.
Here below are a couple of establishing shots from my documentary to show the point of view of the cameraman and the person talking. For example, in this shot you have an establishing shot of a pub which zooms out to reveal the point of view.
Here is another establishing shot, whereas this its point of view shot of the construction of White Hart Lane and from the zoom out you can see the building.
Down below are a couple of Close-ups which shows the audience what the main focus is on in that particular scene/shot. In the shot down below you have a close-up of one of the Tottenham fans talking and facing the interviewee.
Here is another close-up of the producer who is talking about what he is doing today. As it’s a close-up, you can tell that the attention is on him and the maker wants the audience to focus on him.
On the other hand, I did also capture other shots e.g the medium shot which gives you a clue of the setting and the surroundings. Down below is medium of the one of the Tottenham fans introducing himself to the audience.
Furthermore, here is another medium shot of the Tottenham fan talking and you get a sense that it is interview because of the way he is sitting (how he is looking over at the interviewee like you would in a documentary).
To show my creativity with the camera I managed to get a couple of long shots also. As you can see down below is a shot of the producer walking and narrating. You can see where the scene is set (in front of the Spurs shop).
Here is another long shot of Tottenham legend Chris Jones’s meet and greet. From the shot you can where it’s taking place and who is at the event (the people who attended).
However, I managed to gather camera shot’s to use in my documentary including the pan shot, 90 degrees rule, point of view and the zoom. Here is a couple of examples:
This is a 90 degree rule which is from the 90 degree angle of the camera.
Here is pan shot of the producer walking and talking at the same time while the camera is moving with him.
Down below is Point of view shot of from where it reveals the setting.