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master

A long take of an entire scene, generally a relatively long shot that facilitates the assembly of component closer shots and details. The editor can always fall back on the master shot: consequently, it is alo called a cover shot.

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master

(1) The original of an item, such as a photograph, from which copies are made. (2) To become an expert in a field, e.g. - a master photographer.
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Timed interpositive made from a negative original and from which a duplicate negative is made.
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master

A single shot, usually a wide shot, that incorporates the whole scene from beginning to end. Typically a master shot will be filmed first, and then all the close-ups and other shots afterwards.
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master

Electronic flash that transmits wireless signal to (communicates with) other electronic flash units.
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master

A shot, often a long shot, usually placed at the beginning of a scene to establish the general location of the action to follow.
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