Over the Shoulder Shot
Is best for filming a dialogue or conversation.
Is best for showing characterization.
Is best for showing a character's reaction to something.
Is best for establishing the main character(s).
All of the above.
Point of View Shot.
Point of Reaction Shot.
Point of Contention Shot.
a signed hall-pass
a camera in your hand
have express permission
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expression of regret
write your name and group members' names on the clipboard
the right to film a movie
a film crew with neckstraps around their necks
Worth three points instead of two.
Examples of poor technique and should be avoided.
Shots sandwiched between cut-away shots.
Can be used to make a character look large and powerful.
Are good for showing motion and movement.
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