2. This is an over the shoulder shot of Toby picking up the candle. For this shot I used a scorpion camera handle. This is a full shot. In this shot it is showing Toby walking out of the sitting room to the hallway.This is a mid shot. In this shot Toby walks from thehallway into his office/study. This is a close up. In this shot Toby is arranging the drugs on the table with a knife. 3. This is another mid shot. Here the mainprotagonist, Toby is just about to snort the drugs.This is an extreme close up of the drugs beingsnorted. This gives a sense of intimacy with theaudience and they can see exactly what ishappening and the reaction of it.This is a close up of his face which is showing thereaction to snorting the drugs. This shows theseverity of the drugs and almost discourages druguse. Close ups, over the shoulder shots andextreme close ups are all typical for thrillers.This is a mid shot. It shows Toby putting things inhis pocket. A mid shot is used so the audience cansee what he is putting in his pocket and wonderwhy he is doing it. 4. This is a full shot. This is showing Toby walk out ofthe office/study and back into the hallway.This is another mid shot. This shows Toby walkingthrough the kitchen door and into the outhouse toput his shoes on.This is a full shot. In this shot he is putting hisshoes on. This is shot is done so it is a framewithin a frame which almost seems likesomeone is watching him.This is a wide shot. This also sets the sceneagain and you see the main protagonistrunning towards the camera. 5. This is another wide shot showing Toby runningonto the road.This is another wide shot showing Tobyrunning, this is from the perspective ofsomeone following him in a car. The lights onthe car act as the lighting for this scene.This is another wide shot showing Tobyrunning, this is from the perspective ofsomeone following him in a car. The lights onthe car act as the lighting for this scene. This is the very last shot in my opening sequence. It is a full shot showing Toby veer off of the road and climb over a gate and into a field.