TV segment: a story in a television current
affairs program. Most current affairs
programs have four or five segments, each
on a different topic.
witness: someone who sees or hears
credible: something you can believe;
setting: the place where something
audible: something loud enough to be
sound effect: a natural or created sound
used in film, radio and television.
dramatic: exciting, startling
body language: showing your feelings or
attitudes through the look on your face or
by how you stand, walk or use your hands.
foreground: the part of a picture or video
that is closest to viewers.
background: the part of a picture or video
that is farthest away from viewers.
close-up: a photo that shows something
very near the camera, usually making it
look larger than in real life.
medium shot: a photo that shows
something at a normal distance from the
camera, including the thing being
photographed in part of the setting.
long shot: a photo that shows something
from a long way away. A long shot also
shows a lot of the setting.
crop: to cut off or hide an unwanted part of
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version: a copy or form of something.
edited: changed in some way.
perspective: the impression that viewers
get of how far apart or close together things
are in a photo or video.