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Term: Axis Of Action

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Commonly referred to as the “180° line,” is an imaginary line which defines the spatial relations of all the elements of a scene, correlating them to the right or left. The camera is not supposed to cross the axis at a cut, as that would reverse those specific spatial relations.

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