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Tigero
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Jan 2 2013, 3:10pm


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Well don't you think what i said is true? I sure do and did long before any schools, i am a photographer ye know... Distracting objects on foreground/background, unnecessary lines like ''That'll do'', not good. Also many things in art is a formula, like golden ratio and Fibonacci's curve. Humans have a primal desire for those formulas, they are everywhere from seashells, idea of perfectly beautiful man/woman to beautiful compositions.

Ps. not to say that those things are true in all cases... But what i tried to say in my previous message is that widescreen sort of forces the movie to look better in many cases.

Pessimists have no disappointments.

(This post was edited by Tigero on Jan 2 2013, 3:14pm)

Subject User Time
Filmmaking / aspect ratios / film formats jimmyfenn Send a private message to jimmyfenn Dec 30 2012, 5:03pm
    Widescreen is the best Tigero Send a private message to Tigero Dec 30 2012, 8:17pm
        Beware JWPlatt Dec 30 2012, 8:26pm
            I am Tigero Send a private message to Tigero Jan 2 2013, 3:10pm
    The more image the better paperC Send a private message to paperC Dec 30 2012, 9:38pm
        Art JWPlatt Dec 30 2012, 9:59pm
    1.37 : 1 -- the classic "Academy ratio" N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Dec 31 2012, 6:57am

 
 
 

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