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The five shot method for shooting video -
"In the standard way to teach video shooting, students are instructed to shoot "wide, medium, tight." That means: For each subject of interest, get one shot that's far away enough to show everything (wide); get a second shot that is close enough to see what's going on (medium); get a third shot that's very close (tight). Beginners can follow these instructions, but the results are not always good. Part of the trouble is that everyone judges these distances differently. The five-shot method is more useful for beginners. By following it, the students bring back better shots. As a result, their first efforts are editing are also better. They learn more quickly to shoot usable video. -
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