How Center-Framing Controls the Viewers

As the history of cinema and filmmaking continues to grow old, more and more directors, cinematographers and filmmakers are competing on their audience''s attention in terms of their artistic prowess and mastery of the moving image.

One that comes to mind is the art of framing and perspective. It is the primary language of the cinematic camera -- the visualization from the storyboard. Humans are intrinsically attracted to anything symmetrical. In response to a frame that successes in symmetry, the film immediately has control of his viewer.

Filmmakers such as Stanley Kubrick and Wes Anderson, and George Miller's "Max" comes to mind. Let's study how they use their center-framing talents through this video.

Preview image was taken from the video.

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