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Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
Deep Focus
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  • 1. Deep Focus
  • 2. Deep Focus Composition
  • 3. Deep Space Composition
  • 4. Deep Focus Cinematography►A tonal visual composition that can place significant information or subjects on all three planes of the frame and thereby creates an illusion of depth.► Deep-focus cinematography, uses a short-focal length lens , which keeps all three planes in sharp focus. Deep space composition permits the cinematographer to exploit size of people and objects in the frame to convey meaning and conflict.
  • 5. Deep Space Composition
  • 6. Depth► Scale is the size and placement of a particular object or a part of a scene in relation to the rest a relationship determined by the type of shot used and the position of the camera.► Thearrangement of objects between the planes of vision in terms of size and scale, can determine meaning within the film.
  • 7. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 8. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 9. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 10. Deep Focus Cinematography► The scale of small objects can be exaggerated for meaningful effect. If an object in the foreground looms larger than anything else in the frame, you can be sure that the filmmaker is giving great importance to emphasis its meaning to the audience.
  • 11. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 12. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 13. Deep Focus Cinematography
  • 14. Deep Focus Cinematography

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