God’s Eye View, A Supercut of Straight Down Shots in MoviesScott BealeNovember 2, 2011 God’s Eye View is a supercut by Brian Carroll featuring straight down shots in films. This type of shot is commonly referred to as a “God’s Eye View” angle. The camera lens is perpendicular to the subject without any POV reference, which gives the viewer an omniscient viewpoint of the character and the surrounding space. Previously we featured Brian’s Keep on Walking supercut. Related Posts Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting. Previous Post Milk & Cookies, Morphing Video of Undulating Breakfast Foods Next Post Springfield Historical Society Explains The Simpsons Real-World History Recent Posts An A Cappella Cover of the ‘Thomas & Friends’ Theme Drummer Steve Smith Breaks Down His Incredible Drumming on the 1983 Journey Song ‘Separate Ways’ Action Movie Kid Dad Builds Flamethrower Toy Using a Leaf Blower and Flame Colored Silk Cana One, A Customizable Beverage Printer That Creates Drinks Using a Single Ingredient Cartridge Remastered HD Footage of the Monaco Grand Prix Racing Scene From the 1966 Film ‘Grand Prix’ Researcher Talks About Her Quest to Learn More About Monarch Butterflies in Western Montana Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts.