This is the second in a series of videos which will be looking at the fundamental aspects of film studies. Focusing on shot size (and NOT camera angles which will be covered in a separate video soon), this video breaks down traditional shot sizes and explores how a range of examples helps to create a specific reaction the audience by implicitly suggesting somethig through the choice of shot size.
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