two shot

two shot
n. a movie or television shot of two people together

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  • two-shot — n. A writing device in which the writer chronicles the interaction between two characters. (From the film industry slang phrase two shot: a camera shot that features two people.) Example Citation: In constructing these articles [New Yorker writer …   New words

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  • two-shot — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : a camera shot of two persons * * * /tooh shot /, n. Motion Pictures, Television. a camera shot, as a close up, of two persons …   Useful english dictionary

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  • two shot — noun A scene shot with the camera positioned to observe two actors …   Wiktionary

  • two-shot — n. television or movie camera shot with two people …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Two Shot — VP A camera view that includes two subjects …   Audio and video glossary

  • two-shot — TV Camera view including two subjects, often used in interview situations …   Audio and video glossary

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