Birds Eye View
In order to depict various points of view, there are many camera prespectives that can be used by the camerman. Mostly, shots are at the eyeline of the actor person standing or sitting in a normal setting. In order to present the actor in a position of power, larger than life size and with reverence, the Worm's Eye View or Low Angle Shot is used. This is a shot from below the subject's eyeline. When using a High Angle Shot, or Bird's Eye View, this offers an overview of the actor, placing the viewer perspective as superior.