camera angle


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Noun1.camera angle - the point of view of a cameracamera angle - the point of view of a camera  
point of view - the spatial property of the position from which something is observed
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A second tweeted: "Anyone else noticed that at Anne's trial Holly's jumper kept changing depending on the camera angle? Does that mean this was filmed twice?
Colin says: "Perfectly captured with a warm light and a wonderful camera angle. Great shot Graham."
And for an elite flying experience, the brand-new GhostDrone 2.0 VR features an integrated 4K spherical camera and innovative virtual reality goggles, which consumers can use to see from their drone's perspective or change the camera angle, simply by tilting their head up or down.
VVTHE camera angle in the home straight at Gowran Park might have been behind some of the money that forced Easter down to 1.3 in the fillies' Group 3 as Jack Naylor was well on top at the finish and it is debatable whether the runner-up ever got that close.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Konami has partnered with Samsung to create a new 'Fan View' camera angle "perfectly suited for use with Samsung's new Curved UHD TV".
Horwill insisted the camera angle was deceiving and that alternative views from some of the other eight angles presented in the four-hour disciplinary hearing clarified his lack of intent.
Generally we do so with the just one camera angle, but even though Sky Sports have a multitude of camera angles they still can't work it out sometimes.
The model features a new grille, power folding side mirrors and back-up sensors, and interiors with a new colour - Sea Coast, Dark Burlwood textured trim, thin-thread stitching for the steering wheel, and a revised back-up camera angle. It is to be equipped with a 300bhp 3.7 litre V6 engine.
We start with The Sooty Tern, photographed at a quirky camera angle at low tide by +Andy+.
" On the DVD we sent in, the camera angle was from an outside viewand the refereewas behind the play at the time, so it was always going to be difficult.
"My goal for that one was to give each character its own camera angle," Callner says.