By Owen Weetch
This booklet places ahead a extra thought of point of view on 3D, that's frequently visible as a distracting gimmick at odds with crafty cinematic storytelling. Owen Weetch seems to be at how stereography brings additional importance and expressivity to person motion pictures that each one exhibit amazing makes use of of the structure. Avatar, Gravity, The Hole, The nice Gatsby and Frozen all display that stereography is a wealthy and complicated technique that has the capability to convey additional intending to a film’s narrative and issues. via shut interpreting of those 5 very diversified examples, Expressive areas in electronic 3D Cinema indicates how being delicate to stereographic manipulation can nuance and increase the severe appreciation of stereoscopic movies. It demonstrates that the expressive placement of characters and items inside 3D movie worlds can build which means in ways in which are unavailable to ‘flat’ cinema.
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In this, I aim to further engage with the technology’s potential for representing and manipulating the impression of distance in expressively nuanced ways. NOTES 1. For more information on how motion capture and animation were combined to represent the Na’vi, see: Thompson (2010) and Purse (2013: 53–76). 2. Prince argues that the format itself invites such an aesthetic because 3D ‘privileges deep focus, and in this respect—as well as its associated need for longer shot rhythms—it approximates a Bazinian ideal’ (2012: 213).
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