Shot list Aint No Rest

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Shot list Aint No Rest

  1. 1. Shot List Names: Lewis Hodson and Jamie Kirman Shot Number 1 Shot Type/Movement (e.g. Close Up) Establishing shot Shot Description Large intake of the scene from long range 2 Long shot Entire subject’s body is fully included in the full shot 3 Mid shot 4 Close up Shot from actor’s midsection upwards/from shoulder height to top of head Actor’s whole face is seen in clip 5 Extreme close up Special emphasis on actor’s facial features, mainly eyes 6 Over the shoulder shot View of character’s perspective from over the actor’s shoulder 7 POV shot 8 Tracking shot Camera acts as character’s eyes showing their full perspective/we see what they see Camera follows characters movements from different angles 9 Zoom in/out Camera lens widens or narrows the shot normally to draw attention to something 10 Panning shot 11 Handheld shot 12 Fixed/still shot Camera rotates horizontally either from fixed pivot or as a handheld shot to reveal scene Camera moves via the camera operators’ hands either in a fixed position or with movement Camera supported in a still fixed position, normally by a tripod 13 Focus pull Lens pulls from foreground to background, or vice versa 14 Dolly shot Tripod holding camera moved by a trolley system on a track or on wheels
  2. 2. Shot Number 15 Shot Type/Movement (e.g. Close Up) Slow motion Shot Description Slowing the frames-per-second shown to decrease pace of action 16 Shot-reverse-shot 17 Side shot 18 Two shot Moving from one over-the-shoulder shot to another from a different character’s perspective Shot from the side of a character to either highlight the background or some other effect Capturing two people within the shot 19 Hitchcock zoom 20 Weather shot 21 Cutaway Shot of something other than the main character that is relevant to the scene 22 High angle Camera is positioned above subject angled down to face it 23 Low angle Camera positioned below subject angled upwards towards subject 24 Dutch tilt 25 Reversed shot Captures camera tilted deliberately at an angle to show confusion and/or similar effects Editing the shot backwards to provide a reversed effect 26 Extra on-set shots 27 28 Advancing the camera forward while zooming the lens out to provide the effect of both zooming in and out at once Shot of the current weather or lighting

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