Shot types indicate a specific type of shot to be used in a scene. As an aspiring screenwriter, you should be careful — you’re walking the “write, don’t direct” tightrope with some of ’em. Most of the time, I only use two (CLOSE ON & INSERT), and that’s only when I want to convey essential information. I’m not trying to direct. I’m bringing something to the reader’s attention. But, hey, rules are meant to be broken in this game. Below you’ll find a decent list of shot types for your screenplay:
Cindy Patton , activist and scholar on human sexuality, claims that in western culture male sexual fulfillment is synonymous with orgasm and that the male orgasm is an essential punctuation of the sexual narrative. No orgasm, no sexual pleasure. No cum shot, no narrative closure. In other words, the cum shot is the period at the end of the sentence.  In her essay "Visualizing Safe Sex: When Pedagogy and Pornography Collide", Patton reached the conclusion that critics have devoted too little space to discovering the meaning that viewers attach to specific acts such as cum shots.