ACT 10. KINDS OF SHOTS.

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In Filmmaking, a shot is created by a series of frames, that run for an uninterrupted period of time. Shots are generally filmed with a single camera and can be of any duration. Film shots are a vital part of a movie where angles, transitions and cuts are used to further excel emotion, ideas and movement.

There is a convention in the film and television industry which assigns names and guidelines to common types of shots, framing and picture composition. The list below briefly describes the most common shot types.

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ACT 10. TIPUS DE PLANS.

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En cinema, un pla està format per una sèrie de fotogrames, que es mostren per un periode de temps ininterromput. Els plans normalment son enregistrats en una única càmara i poden ser de qualsevol durada.

Existeix una convenció en la indústria del cinema i la televisió que assigna noms i usos als tipus de plans més comuns. La llsita següent descriu breument els plans més comuns.

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ENGLISH CATALAN SPANISH USE
A subjective shot that shows the scene exactly the way a character sees it. Usually it is placed immediately after the shot showing a character.
A shot made with a zoom lens in which the focal length changes from wide angle to telephoto, or viceversa.
A shot in which the camera moves about on some type of wheeled support.
A shot taken from directly above the subject with the camera looking down.
A shot from over the shoulder of a character, with the back of the head seen it at the side of the frame.
A shot with only one subject in the frame.
A shot in which the camera turns horizontally around a fixed axis.
The first shot in the scene, which establishes the scene’s geographical and human context.

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