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- Tip #194 Video Framing I: Extreme Closeup January 9, 2013You should use the keyword phrase EXTREME CLOSEUP anytime the video shows anything smaller than the head or face of a person or similar size shot of any object. […]
- Tip #193 Image Framing IV: Wide Angle View December 21, 2012WIDE ANGLE VIEW has five synonyms: WIDE ANGLE WIDE ANGLE LENS WIDE-ANGLE VIEW WIDE-ANGLE WIDE-ANGLE LENS […]
- Tip #192 Image Framing IV: Overall December 21, 2012OVERALL and it’s commonly used synonym OVERVIEW should be used anytime the image or video shows most or all of a clearly defined area, such as a room, garden or field. […]
- Tip #194 Video Framing I: Extreme Closeup January 9, 2013
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