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Crane Shot
View from directly overhead, used to emphasise the spectacle
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Crab Shot
A type of shot which involves camera being placed in a confined place eg shot taken from inside a cupboard when subject opens cupboard door
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head on shot
A type of shot where action comes directly to the camera, often used in action or war films involves excitement for audience.
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Loose frame
A shot where there's a lot of room around an object, used to show them being alone or isolated.
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Master shot
Shot used at the beginning of a sequence usually allows the audience to make sense of action that follows.
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Pull focus
Shot where one things in focus and then the lens is changed so something else stops being blurry and becomes in focus
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Rule of thirds
Technique used to make a shot look interesting. Rather than placing an object in the middle of the frame they're placed at the sides.
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Tight Frame
Shot composed with the object or person given little space around them. Often used to make them seem trapped or important.
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A type of shot which involves camera being placed in a confined place eg shot taken from inside a cupboard when subject opens cupboard door

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Crab Shot

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A type of shot where action comes directly to the camera, often used in action or war films involves excitement for audience.

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A shot where there's a lot of room around an object, used to show them being alone or isolated.

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Shot used at the beginning of a sequence usually allows the audience to make sense of action that follows.

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