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Some call me Steez. I make films professionally and I like pizza (semi-professionally). Welcome to the very first out of my nine (currently) Tumblr blogs. You could say it's an obsession...

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Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
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fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info
fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park
Space - DEEP
When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.
A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.
In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.
1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.
2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.
4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.
7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.
8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.
Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.
-FedoraMark
Zoom Info

fedoramation:

Visuals of Jurassic Park

Space - DEEP

When the flat, two-dimensional image we see when we watch a movie can achieve in giving the viewer a sense of depth, that movie is exploring the use of deep space. Deep space is visually interesting and exciting compared to flat angles. Deep space (and deep focus photography) are commonly used in film noir.

A common way to give off the feeling of depth is to set up a shot with a noticeable vanishing point. Other times, movement can give off the effect, as well as a clear separating of foreground and mid-ground objects.

In Jurassic Park, the use of depth is to enhance the excitement of the viewer. Generally, it’s used in scenes that give off a sense of danger, anticipation, action, fear, or just excitement in general.

1) One-point perspective shot as we enter the park for the first time.

2 and 3) The long fences with tall connector poles serve to enhance a sense of depth. As does the parallax effect on the objects in the frame with the moving camera.

4, 5, and 6) As the T-rex escapes, the scenes are shot with a lot of apparent depth by use of moving camera, low angles, and uses of the fences.

7) A basic establishing shot during a moment of reflection uses depth to enhance the mood of the scene visually.

8, 9, and 10) Tracking shots can give off a good sense of depth while keeping the characters (or dinosaurs) on a flat plane in front of the camera.

Next up I’ll explain the use of flat space, which is much less visually interesting and used for other purposes.

-FedoraMark

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