from the shoulder up

DazednConfused

Senior Member
england, english
hello again,

how does one say "from the shoulder up" in French. I am refering to a camera shot where you can see the characters' shoulders and their heads, but nothing below that. In effect it means "from the characters' shoulder and upwards."

here is the context


One of the most prevalent images of the first half of the film is of Vinz, Said and Hubert from the shoulder up, their presence dominating the shot.

voila mon effort

Un des images le plus courant dans la premiere partie du film est de Vinz, Said et Hubert de l'epaule jusqu'a la tete, leur presence dominent l'image.

 
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