Videography Repertoire - a collection of essential video shots that represents the standard work of videography. All videographers should learn to properly compose the shots in the videography repertoire.
A shot that reveals the setting where the action will take place (usually a long shot, usually the first shot in a scene, but can also be a close-up, like a sign).
contains the entire subject you are shooting. A long shot of a person includes the person from head to toe and shows most of the surroundings.
Medium Long Shot:
A shot that shows the subject from the ankles up and
shows most of the surroundings
includes the body from the knee or waist area and up and shows most of the surroundings. Don’t use in-between the knees, use waist and up or knees and up. KNEES UP
A shot from the Bust up.
Typically used in year book photos.
includes the head and neck and shows some of the surroundings.
includes only a part of a person’s face and none of the surroundings.
the head and shoulder of a person is in the foreground, and the subject of the shot is in the background.
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