- VPDefines the difference between long shot and close-up typically framing a subject from the waist up.
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Medium shot — In film, a medium shot is a camera shot from a medium distance. The dividing line between long shot and medium shot is fuzzy, as is the line between medium shot and close up . In some standard texts and professional references, a full length view … Wikipedia
medium shot — refers to a conventional camera shot filmed from a medium distance; although it is difficult to precisely define, it usually refers to a human figure from the waist (or knees) up; between a close shot and a long shot; abbreviated as m.s.… … Glossary of cinematic terms
medium shot — TV (MS) Defines any camera perspective between long shot and closeup, viewing thesubject from a medium distance. For people, a medium shot usually includes the head and shoulders … Audio and video glossary
medium shot — noun : a motion picture shot made from or as if from a distance intermediate between that of a long shot and that of a close shot and showing a moderate amount of background * * * Motion Pictures, Television. a camera shot in which the subject is … Useful english dictionary
Medium shot — FilmM abbreviation MS. This shot shows some part of the subject in more detail while still giving an impression of the whole subject. In other words it is a shot from the waist up still showing the subjects head at the top of the frame. This shot … Audio and video glossary
medium shot — Motion Pictures, Television. a camera shot in which the subject is in the middle distance, permitting some of the background to be seen. Cf. closeup (def. 2), long shot (def. 3). [1930 35] * * * … Universalium
medium shot — /ˈmidiəm ʃɒt/ (say meedeeuhm shot) noun (in film or television) half way between a close up and a long shot … Australian English dictionary
Medium shot — Средний план … Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии
Shot (filmmaking) — In film, a shot is a continuous strip of motion picture film, created of a series of frames, that runs for an uninterrupted period of time. Shots are generally filmed with a single camera and can be of any duration. A shot in production, defined… … Wikipedia
shot — Synonyms and related words: Nimrod, SOL, Telephoto, Wirephoto, admission, admission fee, aerial photograph, all bets off, all off, all over, all up, altitude peak, anchorage, ante, antelope, antitoxin, approach, archer, arrow, artilleryman, assay … Moby Thesaurus