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A shot from some distance. The full body is shown.
long shot
Often a long shot or series of shots that sets the scene. The outside of a building or the city is shown first.
establishing shot
The image shot takes up at least 80% of the frame. There is also the extreme close-up that would be one part of the body or a portion of an object.
close-up
In between LS and CS; people are seen from the waist up.
medium shot
Technically means "in the frame." It is a way to describe what the director has chosen to put in his/her frame. Actors' position, setting, lighting, costumes.
mise-en-scene