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  • 1. By: Jonathan Newton
  • 2. • An establishing shot in film and television sets up, or establishes the context for a scene by showing the relationship between its important figures and objects. ...
  • 3. • A video or film recording made with the camera positioned to observe the most action in the performance
  • 4. • In film, a medium shot is a camera shot from a medium distance. The dividing line between "long shot" and "medium shot" is fuzzy, as is the line between "medium shot" and "close-up".
  • 5. • Photography, television or cinema Shot which focuses into the subject.
  • 6. • A camera position that is between a medium shot and a close-up, generally showing a persons head and shoulders and part of the chest; also called a medium close shot
  • 7. • Extreme close up a close up in which a small detail fills the entire screen.
  • 8. • A point of view shot (also known as POV shot or a subjective camera) is a short film scene that shows what a character (the subject) is looking at (represented through the camera). ...
  • 9. • In film or video, an over the shoulder shot is a shot of someone or something taken over the shoulder of another person.
  • 10. • A movie or television shot of two people together
  • 11. • In cinematography, a low- angle shot, is a shot from a camera positioned low on the vertical axis, anywhere below the eye line, looking up.
  • 12. • In film, a high angle shot is usually when the camera is located above the eye line• A crane or helicopter can be used

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