Everything You Need to Know to Get Started Shooting Anamorphic

October 21, 2015

Anamorphic Format – A format of cinematography that uses special lenses to shoot wider (i.e. 2.35:1 or more). The image is stretched to fill more of the film frame, and then squeezed in post-production. The bokeh, flares and depth of field are all altered when shooting anamorphic. The style is used by Christopher Nolan in the Dark Knight movies and Quentin Tarantino in his movies, to name just a few of the major uses. http://ift.tt/1M79AFS http://ift.tt/1M79AFS
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