AKA Pickup shots, are scenes or shots that are filmed after principal photography is complete. Often times a director will look through the dailies or watch a rough cut of a film and realize that certain shots can be added, fixed or replaced in order to make the film better. These shots are called “pickups” and most productions will set aside budget and time to capture these after principal photography.
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