Composition In Storytelling
by Channel Criswell
Cinema in its purest form is visual storytelling and the best cinema can tell a story through something as simple as the arrangement of an image. In this video essay Lewis Bond discusses all of the choices cinematographers and directors make—from staging to depth of field—to create meaning in an image.
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