High Angle and Low Angle Shot
Using your camera (with or without a tripod) shoot two different images of another person:
A high angle: shooting someone from above. Any height.
A low angle: shooting someone from below.
You are welcome to frame the clips any way you want, but you must show that you are considering screen balance, head room, and lead room. The shot must be in focus and exposed properly meaning no camera noise or loss of detail in either the highlights or the shadows.
Note: Keep in mind that students often make the mistake of leaving too much head room on a high angle and too little on a low angle.