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Six Shot Types You Need for Documentary Filmmaking



This video isn’t exactly filmmaking 101. Whenever you are filming a scene, it takes more than just a wide, medium, and closeup to tell a story. Now I’m by no means a jaw-dropping cinematographer, but in order to mature my documentary storytelling, I learned to think topically about building my shot lists.

To tell visually interesting stores, you need to grab all of the following:
1. Establishing shot
2. Central/Critical Action shots
3. Reaction shots
4. Secondary Establishing shots
5. Segue/Lead-in shots
6. Detail shots

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