Zoomacteur tijdens achtergrond uit? Hoe wordt dit effect opgeroepen en gemaakt?

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Ik heb geen youtube-link (ik denk dat "The shining" zo'n scène heeft), maar jullie kennen dit waarschijnlijk allemaal, de acteur wordt ingezoomd door de camera terwijl de achtergrond uitgezoomd, waarschijnlijk door in te zoomen in de camera terwijl de camera de afstand vergroot. Hoe wordt dit effect genoemd en precies gemaakt. En hoe wordt het geïnterpreteerd door het publiek (de acteur is geschokt, verdiept, ...)?

    
reeks Hauser 20.10.2012 / 13:57

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Het heet Dolly Zoom (maar er zijn een paar alternatieve namen)

Van MediaCollege :

A dolly zoom is a cinematic technique in which the camera moves closer or further from the subject while simultaneously adjusting the zoom angle to keep the subject the same size in the frame.

The effect is that the subject appears stationary while the background size changes (this is called perspective distortion).

Invention of the dolly zoom is credited to cameraman Irmin Roberts.

The technique was made famous by Alfred Hitchcock (Vertigo being the best-known example), and was used by Steven Spielberg in Jaws and ET.


Van Wikipedia :

The dolly zoom is commonly used by filmmakers to represent the sensation of vertigo, a "falling-away-from-oneself feeling" or a feeling of unreality, or to suggest that a character is undergoing a realization that causes him or her to reassess everything he or she had previously believed.

After Hitchcock popularized the effect the technique was used by many other filmmakers, and eventually became regarded as a gimmick or cliché.

This was especially true after director Steven Spielberg repopularized the effect in his highly regarded film Jaws, in a memorable shot of a dolly zoom into Police Chief Brody's (Roy Scheider) stunned reaction at the climax of a shark attack on a beach (after a suspenseful build-up).


Voorbeelden op YouTube:

antwoord gegeven 20.10.2012 / 15:42
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Dit wordt een Dollyzoom / Hitchcock-zoom / Vertigo-effect genoemd. Dit wordt bereikt door te zoomen terwijl de camera naar / van de acteur wordt verplaatst.

The dolly zoom is commonly used by filmmakers to represent the sensation of vertigo, a "falling-away-from-oneself feeling" or a feeling of unreality, or to suggest that a character is undergoing a realization that causes him or her to reassess everything he or she had previously believed. After Hitchcock popularized the effect (he used it again for a climactic revelation in Marnie), the technique was used by many other filmmakers, and eventually became regarded as a gimmick or cliché. This was especially true after director Steven Spielberg repopularized the effect in his highly regarded film Jaws, in a memorable shot of a dolly zoom into Police Chief Brody's (Roy Scheider) stunned reaction at the climax of a shark attack on a beach (after a suspenseful build-up).

    
antwoord gegeven 01.04.2013 / 22:05
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Het heet Dolly zoom, zie meer in deze video .

In principe wordt dit bereikt door in te zoomen op de camera en tegelijkertijd te bewegen van / dichterbij het gefocuste object.

    
antwoord gegeven 03.01.2016 / 23:31