Follow-shot



noun
1.
Also, following shot. Movies, Television. a traveling shot made as the camera moves along with the subject:
a follow shot of the buffalo stampede, taken from a low-flying helicopter.
2.
Billiards, Pool. a stroke that causes the cue ball to roll forward after striking the object ball.
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