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A shot filmed from a moving boom, incorporating different camera angles and levels.
A shot of an isolated part of a subject or object, such as the head or hand.
A shot that is related to the main action of the scene but briefly leaves it, such as an audience member's reaction to a show.
A moving shot, accomplished by moving the camera as if on a set of tracks.
A long shot that shows location and mood.
A magnified shot of a small detail, such as a subject's eyes.
Extreme Long Shot
A wide angle shot from a great distance, such as an aerial or high angle shot of a location.
A shot in which the camera follows the subject.
A long shot that captures the subject's entire body head to toe.
A shot in which the subject is at a distance, often showing surroundings.
A shot where the subject is shown from the knees up.
A shot from the character's point of view.
A close shot of a character reacting to something off camera.
A medium or close shot wide enough for two people, often used to film conversation.
A shot that shows us a character's point of view, but includes part of that character's shoulder or side of their head in the shot.
A shot in which the camera moves horizontally around a fixed axis from one point of a scene to another.
A shot where the camera moves up or down along a vertical axis, as when it looks at a building from bottom to top.