Shots indicating camera angle (angulo), in addition to subject size within (dentro) a frame (marco).
shot types can also indicate where a camera is placed in relation to the subject. Here are some commonly used terms:
Eye Level: Shot taken with the camera approximately at human eye level, resulting in a neutral effect on the audience
High Angle: Subject is photographed from above eye level. This can have the effect of making the subject seem vulnerable, weak (débil), or frightened (asustado).
Low Angle: Subject is photographed from below eye level. This can have the effect of making the subject look powerful, heroic, or dangerous.
Bird’s-Eye View: A high-angle shot that’s taken from directly overhead (por encima de la cabeza) and from a distance. The shot gives the audience a wider view and is useful for showing direction and that the subject is moving. The shot is often taken from on a crane or helicopter