Basic Framing

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Basic Framing

  1. 1. Framing andComposition II Basic Framing
  2. 2. Information on the left-side
  3. 3. Counter position on the right
  4. 4. Central information Balancing the Frame
  5. 5. Eye-Line
  6. 6. Eye-Line
  7. 7. Eye-Line
  8. 8. Eye-Line
  9. 9. Eye Room
  10. 10. Movement
  11. 11. Moving into Space
  12. 12. Negative Space► Is the absence of weight of objects or lines.► Elements that are not there and unseen have a weight as well.► The absence makes us focus on the off screen looks which suggests that unseen and unknown elements are at play within the story.
  13. 13. Negative Space► In our need for balance we want these spaces to be filled, so balance is restored.► The lack of information is also information, things can enter this space.
  14. 14. A Stressful Composition using Negative Space
  15. 15. Ambiguity of the Space
  16. 16. Compositional Balance is Restored

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