Cinematography composition

Learn the techniques and principles of cinematography composition to create visually stunning shots. Enhance your filmmaking skills and take your audience on a captivating visual journey.
A still from the Stanley Kubrick film "Barry Lyndon" (1975) Fibonacci Composition - Also known as the Golden Mean, Phi, or Divine Proportion, this law was made famous by Leonardo Fibonacci around 1200 A.D. He noticed that there was an absolute ratio that appears often throughout nature, a sort of design that is universally efficient in living things and pleasing to the human eye. Films, Stanley Kubrick, The Stanley, Film Stills, Film, Stanley Kubrick Photography, Cinematography, Film Photography, Film Composition

A still from the Stanley Kubrick film "Barry Lyndon" (1975) Fibonacci Composition - Also known as the Golden Mean, Phi, or Divine Proportion, this law was made famous by Leonardo Fibonacci around 1200 A.D. He noticed that there was an absolute ratio that appears often throughout nature, a sort of design that is universally efficient in living things and pleasing to the human eye.

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