Re: OT: Hollywood Filming Styles
- From: Anim8rFSK <ANIM8Rfsk@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2009 17:37:31 -0700
In article <runderhill-143088.17303906042009@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
robert underhill <runderhill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <SyKBl.266243$mK2.163206@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"Ed Stasiak" <estasiak@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Congrats to Eddie on his new TV.
You will now be able to see nose and pubic hairs.
Damm, I hadn't considered that! I'm already pissed with
Hollywood's propensity to zoom the camera right up the
subjects nose. WTF?!
I've also noticed over the years that Hollywood (both TV
and theatrical movies) never wants to show a scene with
out a human in it.
National Geographic magazine supposedly has a rule that every picture
has to have a person in it.
Since they routinely have lovely underwater pictures of fish and such, I
kind of doubt it.
Heck, do a google and look at their covers. Even the cover photos don't
follow that rule.
Bad Reboot's 'Crap Trek' 2009: "No Shat, No Show"
Rated "least anticipated film of 2009" by ETOnline
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