Director Ian McCamey (ex Orphanage) shows how 4 plates make up image. I think this is totally rebel - the planning doesn't cost anything extra and can help a shot look like a million dollars (just ignore that it was shot on an Sony F-35).
Wed Jun 03, 2009 12:25 am
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yea, Boz - it's not the compositing that I thought was important - it the planning, the thought behind the idea, to make something simple bigger...that's why I posted it in Planning not Effects
Edit: I think many a low budget movie could go from being OK to good, or good to great with just a bit more planning (and some simple compositing) to elevate the proverbial production value - while it won't help the writing of course, it helps with the immersion in the story, the suspension of disbelief.
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