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The best shots in film involve more than just the lead character – A N I T H
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The best shots in film involve more than just the lead character

The best shots in film involve more than just the lead character


We continue our look at some of the best shots in all of film history by digging into relational shots, two shots, over the shoulders, group shots and crowds. Not just based on how cool they look (because there’s too many cool looking shots for that!) but how they work and why.

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