The Hell With Perfection — Freedom for Photography —

"Wes Windows": a Moving Visual Essay


Auteurs are not your regular blockbuster filmmakers -- they're visionaries whom will do almost anything in pursuit of a materialization of that vision. They have their own gimmicks, traits, and signatures. Filmmaker Wes Anderson is no different, known for his pastel palette, symmetry and mirroring obsessions -- and opening windows.

The first scene of auteur Wes Anderson's debut film was a clip of a window opening. This could mean many things -- whether looking out, opening opportunities, greeting to a new day, voyeurism, etc. Many of the Wes film-verse does so. And he continues to open more windows throughout his oeuvre.

Preview image was taken from the video.

2017-04-20 #tutorials #videos #inspiration #photography #symmetry #pastel #composition #wes-anderson #creative-photography


  1. mtsteve
    mtsteve ·

    This is awesome! He should have entered the Game Changes: Through Windows competition. :)

  2. stonemonki
    stonemonki ·

    Yeah it's a provocative subject, a wonderful montage and homage to the window.

More Interesting Articles