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Possible Answers: Shot.
Last seen on: Daily Celebrity Crossword – 5/10/18 Top 40
Random information on the term “Shot”:
In filmmaking and video production, a shot is a series of frames, that runs for an uninterrupted period of time. Film shots are an essential aspect of a movie where angles, transitions and cuts are used to further express emotion, ideas and movement. The term “shot” can refer to two different parts of the filmmaking process:
The term “shot” is derived from the early days of film production when cameras were hand-cranked, and operated similarly to the hand-cranked machine guns of the time. That is, a cameraman would “shoot” film the way someone would “shoot” bullets from a machine gun.
Shots can be categorized in a number of ways.
The field size explains how much of the subject and its surrounding area is visible within the camera’s field of view, and is determined by two factors: the distance of the subject from the camera (“camera-subject distance”) and the focal length of the lens. Note that the shorter a lens’s focal length, the wider its angle of view (the ‘angle’ in wide-angle lens, for instance, which is “how much you see”), so the same idea can also be expressed as that the lens’s angle of view plus camera-subject distance is the camera’s field of view.