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By Harry Jenner
Establishing ShotDefinition: Showing the location/ setting of the nextscene.
Wide ShotDefinition: Shot taken wide showing the whole objectthe camera is shooting.
Medium shotDefinition: Shot taken above the waist line.
Close UpDefinition: Shot close up.
Medium Close UpDefinition: A close up at a medium view.
Extreme Close UpDefinition: Very close up shot.
Point Of View ShotDefinition: A shot taken in a 1st person view.
Over The Shoulder ShotDefinition: A shot taken over someone’s shoulder.
Two shot/ Shot reverse shotDefinition: Two people in one shot/ someonecommunicating with someone else you can’t see.
Low Angle ShotDefinition: A shot taken aiming upward.
High Angle ShotDefinition: A shot taken from above.
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11 camera shots

  1. 1. By Harry Jenner
  2. 2. Establishing ShotDefinition: Showing the location/ setting of the nextscene.
  3. 3. Wide ShotDefinition: Shot taken wide showing the whole objectthe camera is shooting.
  4. 4. Medium shotDefinition: Shot taken above the waist line.
  5. 5. Close UpDefinition: Shot close up.
  6. 6. Medium Close UpDefinition: A close up at a medium view.
  7. 7. Extreme Close UpDefinition: Very close up shot.
  8. 8. Point Of View ShotDefinition: A shot taken in a 1st person view.
  9. 9. Over The Shoulder ShotDefinition: A shot taken over someone’s shoulder.
  10. 10. Two shot/ Shot reverse shotDefinition: Two people in one shot/ someonecommunicating with someone else you can’t see.
  11. 11. Low Angle ShotDefinition: A shot taken aiming upward.
  12. 12. High Angle ShotDefinition: A shot taken from above.

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