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    #1

    to film vx to shot

    hi,

    "to shot" also means "to film" or "to photograph", right?

    if i could use only one verb, what would be the the best one to express this idea?

    thanks,
    jc


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    Re: to film vx to shot

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    hi,

    "to shot" also means "to film" or "to photograph", right?

    if i could use only one verb, what would be the the best one to express this idea?

    thanks,
    jc
    Not 'shot', JC, that's the past tense. It's "to shoot". There is no best one as it, like all language, depends on [the] context.

    'shoot' has a bit more of a professional feel, a movies feel to it. 'film' means moving pictures while 'photograph' means stills. So it depends on a number of things.

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