In the shooting tips section of our iTunes U course we learned about how to shoot good B-roll as well as Walldo. Shooting good B-roll requires wide, medium, and tight shots which are varying angle shots that make up the a video. A wide shot, like its name, makes up the entire setting of where you are filming and is from far enough away to fit everything in. A medium shot is a shot where half of what your filming is shown while a tight shot is as close as possible while still being able to see what you are filming. Walldo, an acronym for wide, angled, low, linking, depth, and opposite. Each letter refers to a different way one can shoot B-roll for a film. After practicing both I found that I like wide, medium, and tight shots better simply because it was easier to to the steps and have my footage turn out.