An establishing shot of all four subjects in the living room. High-key lighting is used to create a sense of fullness in the scene. The angle used would be at eye level.
Shot No. 4
An establishing shot is used in this scene showing two subjects and an open door. High contrast lighting would be used to show the difference in the light room and the dark door. Eye level angle would be used here.
Shot No. 5
An over the shoulder shot at eye level is used to show the subject looking at the Ouija board. Back lighting would be used to light the back of the Ouija board with very little light on the subject.
Shot No. 6
A close up shot focusing on the 2 subject and the object with natural light coming from candles. The angle used is high angle looking over the 2 subjects playing with the Ouija board.
The shot used is close up on the subject looking at the silhouette. The only lighting would be back lighting coming in from behind the silhouette. The angle used would be the over the shoulder shot because we see the subject looking out at something.
The shot used is a full shot because we see the subjects and a little background. There is natural lighting coming from the moon outside and the angle used would be eye level because it is looking directly at the subjects without a tilt of the camera