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Aerial/crane Shot
a view from directly overhead
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Canted Angle
A shot which is tilted to one side
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Close up
Variations include extreme, big and medium
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Crab Shot
A shot which involves the camera being placed in a confined space
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Deep Focus
A camera technique that allows objects both near and far from the camera to be in focus at the same time
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Establishing Shot
Establishes the relationship between the set/location and the characters and to show the whole view
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Hand-held Shot
A shot filmed with the camera not on the tripod
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Head-on Shot
A shot where the action comes towards the camera
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High Angle
A view from above the subject
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Long Shot
A distance shot
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Loose Frame
A shot where there is a lot of room around an object or person
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Low Angle Shot
A view from below the subject
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Master Shot
Establishes the component elements and relationships in such a way as to allow the audience to make sense of the action
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Pan
The horizontal movement of the camera
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Point-of-view Shot
A shot taken from the position of the subjects
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Pull Focus
A shot where one thing was on focus, and then the lens changed so that something else stops being blurry
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Rule of Thirds
A technique used to make a shot look interesting
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Shallow Focus
A shhot where an object near the front is in focus and everything else is out of focus
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Soft Focus
Shots that are associsted with the romantic and sentimental treatment of subject matter
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Subjective Filming
A shot where the camera is positioned as if looking at the world through the character's eyes
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Tight Frame
A shot that is composed with the person or object given very little space around them
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Tilt
Moving the camera vertically up and down from a fixed position
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Tracking Shot
A camera shot in which the camera moves along rails to follow the subject
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Whip Pan
A fast pan shot
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A shot which is tilted to one side

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Canted Angle

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Variations include extreme, big and medium

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Card 4

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A shot which involves the camera being placed in a confined space

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Card 5

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A camera technique that allows objects both near and far from the camera to be in focus at the same time

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