Extreme wide shot

An extreme wide shot is a wide shot which is relevant to the rest of the scene, but typically shows a large portion of the area surrounding characters instead of focusing on the characters themselves. Characters are not visible in an extreme wide shot, because the camera is too far away. This can help show the setting at the beginning of a scene.

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