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  • 1. Production Terminology Test
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  • 10. Composition
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    • What might a pan be used for?
    • What might a tilt be used for?
    • What might a canted shot be used for?
    • What is the media term for storyline?
    • List, in order of appearance the production rules that are followed in this clip - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKWGx51OUps
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    • Master Shot - It is often a long shot and can sometimes perform a double function as an establishing shot
    • Close Up - A photograph or a film or television shot in which the subject is tightly framed and shown at a relatively large scale.
    • Mid Shot - The mid shot shows some part of the subject in more detail, whilst still showing enough for the audience to feel as if they were looking at the whole subject
    • Long Shot – A photograph or a film or television shot in which the subject is shown at a relatively small scale.
    • Point-of-View Shot – is shot as if the viewer were looking through the eyes of a specific
    • Wide Shot – shows an entire character from head to toe and will show the setting
    • Two Shot – shows two characters.
    • Over the Shoulder - is a close-up of a character as seen over-the-shoulder of another person in the foreground.
    • Depth of field – shallow depth of field
    • Depth of field – deep depth of field
    • To follow someone walking; to show location
    • To show a high building; to look up at someone tall
    • To show POV of someone drunk
    • Narrative
    • Match-on-action, shot-reverse-shot, 180 degree rule
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