Deep Space | Great Depth | Deep Focus

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Deep Space | Great Depth | Deep Focus

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This is a channel which aims at gathering cinemas that utilize deep space and focus as their predominant mise-en-scene and cinematographic styles.

According to James E. Cutting, in his article "Perceiving Scenes in Film and in the World" in the book "Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations," depth in two dimensional cinema is achieved by nine "depth cues":

1. Occlusion
2. Height in the visual field
3 and 4. Relative size and relative density
5. Aerial perspective
6. Accommodation
7 and 8. Convergence and binocular disparity
9 Motion perspective

It is hardly possible to realize


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This is a channel which aims at gathering cinemas that utilize deep space and focus as their predominant mise-en-scene and cinematographic styles.

According to James E. Cutting, in his article "Perceiving Scenes in Film and in the World" in the book "Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations," depth in two dimensional cinema is achieved by nine "depth cues":

1. Occlusion
2. Height in the visual field
3 and 4. Relative size and relative density
5. Aerial perspective
6. Accommodation
7 and 8. Convergence and binocular disparity
9 Motion perspective

It is hardly possible to realize deep space in cinema in unconsciousness and random shootings, particularly with recent large-sized-censor cameras. Subject distances, focal length, depth of field, and cameraman's position are all important factors without any doubt.

Moderators are open to listen to your technical opinions and advices on the theme. You are also encouraged to introduce any potential videos that would be very examples of deep space cinema.

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