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tracking shot

noun

, Movies, Television.


tracking shot

noun

  1. a camera shot in which the cameraman follows a specific person or event in the action


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tracking shot1

First recorded in 1940–45

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Example Sentences

There are few tracking shots, save from some terse action footage from the dog’s POV.

From Eater

Jones moves in and out of her scenes like elegant tracking shots, drilling down into her characters’ fears and desires while sprinkling a pinch of wit into the mix.

Filmed in a single extended take, it is the social network as tracking shot.

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