set, wait to say, “Cut”. Sometimes an actor can give a gem of a moment at the end of a scene if you wait. It’s worth it and I’m surprised how often a director will use that moment in the final cut. It’s nice to hold on an actor at the end of certain scenes to allow the audience to take in the moment and reflect.
People change and so do their views. So I’m sure my views are likely to change, too. Till then …
Cooked Art: Cinematography … by Pocket – Sized Indian Cinematographer Rajeev Jain
I love films that are made like artwork; each scene is masterfully photographed for brilliant composition to create lines of action, symmetrical balance, with a fine use of space, texture, colour, and perspective. Here are two movies which I recently saw again, and depict wonderful visual