Definition of mid shot in English:

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mid shot

Entry from British & World English dictionary


A shot taken at a medium distance.
Example sentences
  • The first hour was taken up with her mid shots and close ups which meant that I was there just to feed her the lines and provide an eyeline.
  • We get a couple of seconds to take all this in before we cut back to the mid shot across the desk.
  • If possible, shoot on three separate videotapes: one for close-ups, one for mid shots and one for long shots.
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