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🟢 Shot type

Shot types refer to the various camera angles and compositions used in filmmaking to capture different perspectives and visual effects within a scene. These shot types play a crucial role in conveying the story, setting the mood, and influencing the audience's perception and emotions.

There are several kinds of shot types, which each serve their own unique purpose. Some common examples include long shot, medium shot, bird-eye shot, and low-angle shot.

Example

Prompt: astronaut standing in the street, Shot type, HD, 4K, --no blur, --no distortion.

Replace Shot type with desired shot type.

Long Shot

Long Shot

High-angle Shot

Low-angle Shot

Wide Shot

Bird-eye Shot

Medium Shot

Close-up Shot

Here is a list of commonly used shot types:

Wide Shot/Establishing Shot, Long Shot, Full Shot, Medium Shot, Cowboy Shot, Medium Close-Up, Close-Up, Extreme Close-Up, Two-Shot, Over-the-Shoulder Shot, Point-of-View Shot (POV), Reaction Shot, Insert Shot, Cutaway Shot, Low Angle Shot, High Angle Shot, Dutch Angle/Tilted Shot, Aerial Shot, Tracking Shot, Dolly Shot, Steadicam Shot, Crane Shot, Handheld Shot, Whip Pan Shot, Zoom Shot, Rack Focus Shot, Split Screen Shot, Freeze Frame Shot, Slow Motion Shot, Fast Motion Shot, Montage Shot, Cross-Cutting Shot, Bird's Eye View Shot, Worm's Eye View Shot, Reverse Shot, Reaction Shot, Panning Shot, Tilt Shot, Follow Shot, Static Shot, Establishing Drone Shot, Underwater Shot, POV Drone Shot, Crash Zoom Shot, Snorricam Shot, Tracking POV Shot, Vertigo Shot (Dolly Zoom), Flashback Shot, Flashforward Shot, Static Long Take Shot.

Notes​

Distinguishing between certain shot types can be challenging due to their subtle differences.