Listed below is a link to Part 1 of 3 on a case study of the shot compositions from Pixar’s film The Incredibles.
Ron Doucet will discuss how the relationships of all the visual elements on screen were meticulously crafted to form a point focus in every shot. It is through the arrangement and control of all the elements on screen that the filmmakers were able to guide the sight, thoughts and emotions of the audience.
Cinematography in film is an art form all by itself.
It involves three main factors:
Placement of people and objects within the frame.
Movement of people and objects within a fixed frame.
Movement of the frame itself.
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