angle shot

angle shot

[′aŋ·gəl ‚shät]
(graphic arts)
A photograph taken with the camera tilted at an angle from the horizontal.
In cinematography, a motion picture that is taken from a different angle; it may repeat the action in a previous shot or continue the action.
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Aside from the super-wide angle shot, the Vivo Y15 also offers the following scene modes: PPT, Professional, PDAF, Palm Capture, Voice Control, Time-Lapse, Slow, Live Photos, HDR, Portrait Mode, Panorama, Portrait Bokeh (single front camera), Watermark, AI Face Beauty, and Camera Filter.
When a rally situation makes it difficult to execute a straight-line shot down a wall, then a cross-court angle shot is the best option.
"In other words, keep them out of the middle of the court, and execute angle shots when you cannot control the ball down the walls."
Their best opportunities came in the fifth minute, Francis Doe had a tough angle shot that was stopped by Reis, and in the 17th minute, when teen sensation Jozy Altidore sent a hard left-footed shot over the crossbar.
Jon Shaw then headed narrowly wide and dangerous winger Keith Gilroy saw his angle shot roll agonisingly wide.
The gentle angle shot him both upward and forward onto a ramp on the other side.
Third, you can hit a 30-degree angle shot at 50 to 75% velocity (5).
Excelling at angle shots can be very difficult if you do not figure the correct yardage and shoot the same form you used to sight your bow.
While attempting angle shots, form is critical to accuracy.
MATALI CRASSET (9783937718897, $32.95) is even more striking, blending full-page photos of interiors with several selected angle shots per page, and accompanying this colorful expose with five-language one-paragraph summaries of the structure and its unique attributes.
Cassini has two cameras, one for wide angle and the other for narrow angle shots. The image was taken at a range of 15.1 million miles, and from an angle 13 degrees below the equator.
The Great Train Robbery, sometimes acclaimed as the first Western, demonstrated for the first time the dramatic effectiveness of a moving camera and of various angle shots; it also established the shot as the basic unit of film editing.