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The camera is positioned directly above the subject. This is often used in establishing shots, where the camera flies over city streets.
The camera is positioned above the subject, looking down at an angle. This angle makes the subject appear smaller, powerless and more vulnerable.
his is the most commonly used camera angle in film and television. Whereas most other camera angles are highly stylised, an eye level shot creates a sense of normalcy and realism.
The camera is positioned below eye level, looking up, to imply a sense of power and dominance.
The camera is positioned directly beneath the subject, looking up. Often coupled with point-of-view shots when the character is looking up at something.

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