Sunday, October 28, 2007
The Sea Inside: post 3
One of the scenes in The Sea Inside I remember was when Ramon was dreaming he was flying to the beach. The camera was tracking and was also a high angle. The effect was that it actually felt that you were the one flying. Another technique that was used had to do with angles. It was eye level and it was used to get down to eye level with Ramon. It gave the feeling that even though Ramon was in bed and weak, he still was important and strong minded. They also used the technique of pan. The camera spun around the room until it got to the person who was talking in the room.