Asked in Filmmaking
What does a full shot mean in film making?
December 04, 2008 8:28PM
Full body, head to toe. ECU - Extreme close up - very close on CU - Close up - close OTS - Over the shoulder 2T - From the chest up to the head Half - Waist on up Full - Toes on up
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i presume you mean the newer HD tv's that are presented in widescreen format. This is because, when a film is shot, it is shot in widescreen ad has been since the creation of filming. "FullScreen" video's are the same as taking a widesceen version of a DVD and hitting the zoom button until it takes up the full screen. In doing so, you lose parts of the film (the edges). To minimize wasted screen/film, tv makers opted to make TVs with similar ratios to film, as to not lose the edges of the film, or have black bars take up 30% of the screen.
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