High Angle

Some articles on high angle, angle, high angles, high, angles:

High-angle Shot
... In film, a high angle shot is usually when the camera angle is located above the eyeline ... With this type of angle, the camera looks down on the subject and the point of focus often get "swallowed up" by the setting ... High angle shots also make the figure or object seem vulnerable or powerless ...
BL 9.2 Inch Gun Mk I – VII - Coast Defence Gun
... carried out with RML 9-inch coast-defence guns firing at high angles in order to test the effectiveness of plunging fire on decks of ships ... in the 1890s they were likewise adapted to high-angle carriages, with their obsolete 3-motion breech mechanisms replaced by modern continuous-motion patterns to allow faster loading ... held the shell in place in a BL gun, and they had not been designed to operate at such high angles ...
Renown Class Battlecruiser - Service - Inter-war Service
... Additional high-tensile plating was added to the decks over the magazines ... The flying-off platform on 'B' turret was reinstated and a high-angle control position (HACP) was added to the fore-top ... They fired a 31-pound (14 kg) high explosive shell at a muzzle velocity of 2,387 ft/s (728 m/s) at a rate of ten to fifteen rounds per minute ...
L And M Class Destroyer - Design Details - Main Armament
... regarding the main armament was the adoption of a combined High Angle / Low Angle director tower, the HA/LA Mk.IV (TP) ... the L and M class' director tower and its Type 285 radar provided better high angle fire control than any similar Axis destroyer, the vast majority of which did not have any high angle fire control ... a main armament of 4-in (102mm) Mark XVI* guns in Mark XIX High Angle/Low Angle (HA/LA) twin mounts as used as secondary armament in the Southampton-class ...
Cinematic Techniques
... Camera angle The angle at which the camera is pointed at the subject Low High Tilt Eye-line matching A term used to point to the continuity editing practice ensuring the ... in the other primary use of the eyeline match which is the shot/reverse angle shot, also known as the reverse angle shot, commonly used in close-up dialogue scenes ... So too do camera angles ...

Famous quotes containing the words angle and/or high:

    Modesty is the only sure bait when you angle for praise.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    We do not prove the existence of the poem.
    It is something seen and known in lesser poems.
    It is the huge, high harmony that sounds
    A little and a little, suddenly,
    By means of a separate sense. It is and it
    Is not and, therefore, is.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)