Designer Raymond Thi, creator of the Composition Cam app, rigorously examines iconic shots of magnificent films, dissecting them to reveal the genius behind the layout of that frame. Para um diretor de fotografia cada frame de um filme é como uma tela em branco onde tem liberdade para criar composições dinâmicas. Like an imposing painting, a particularly memorable scene, the characters, poses, props and scenery can be etched in the collective memory for all eternity.
Thi draws hot pink lines on the plane to reveal symmetry, triangles, diagonals and other singularities present in the composition of the scene. In some scenes, the framing grid method is used, in others the focus is on the character in the center and lines radiate from it.
For those who want to see their life deconstructed in this way, Thi makes available with its application the possibility of superimposing neon lines on everything they want to see photographed and using this base as a reference in composition during the process.
We warn you that you may never see the world in the same way again if you decide to try this app.
Drawing lessons about perspective will now start to make sense.
Here are some examples:
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Life of Pi
My Neighbor Totoro
The big Lebowski