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    Psycho and film editing

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    The scene from Psycho was shot using a classical editing style, this style was used to make this scene according to Goodykoontz and Jacobs "The entire scene may be shot completely in a long take, but in the editing process it will interrupted by many cuts to alternate angle and closer views" (Goodykoontz & Jacobs, 2011, ch 5).

    How does a close up shot differ from a shot taken from further away?

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    As cleverly implemented in the film, a close up shot differs from a shot taken from further away since it adds suspense and enhances the drama or intensity of a scene. By ...

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    Some examples of how does a close up shot differ from a shot taken from further away are briefly offered using Psycho as a lens.

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