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Bildaufteilung 16:9



Frage von Kar.El.Gott:
Mai 2008

Now I have slowly but surely of my beloved 4:3 farewell ... the customer is king.

I very often shoot interviews, and there it was with the rule of the golden cut pretty easy so far.

But which rule applies at 16:9? Tried, from various news interviews to form a rule, I do not succeed. Often the eyes of the interviewees on a central axis.

Perhaps there are usually no longer synonymous ...



Antwort von robbie:

Yes, a perfectly legitimate question.
For us, it is through the (long) phase transition of 4:3 to 16:9 proven in 16:9 Viewfinder additional 4:3-guide display and the visual important part in this window position.
Or do I interview with the back of the person just behind the 4:3 mark. I third the picture, so to speak no more, but fifth. And the person has about their middle between 2nd and 3rd 5tel ;)...



Antwort von Axel:

Dear God,
I would not do so as Robbie, namely me s.einem different aspect ratio in addition to guided synonymous if the result probably will be mostly similar. All rules that apply to 4:3, are synonymous next to 16:9. Wesen tliche The difference seems to be that, as the broader picture, the more you want to be weitwinkliger. As a person (in an interview perhaps the motive) is usually more vertical space, it will be more than 4:3 relative to the surrounding space perception. Although, as I said, basically the same rules and in the case of a symmetrical composition (the doctor seated behind his desk, left and right wall s.der his diploma) or less only the image edges will be widened, will tend to the tension between subject and background is greater. This voltage can be in compliance with the traditional knowledge about image sharing, viewing direction (s) and horizon height profitably either be accelerated (dynamic) or balance (harmony).








Antwort von Wiro:

"Kar.El.Gott" wrote:
I very often turn Interviews

Well, as an old hare interview because you should really have no difficulty. As an experienced cameraman sets you cut the golden yes probably not with the ruler, but rather intuitive. If the 3 / 5: 2/5-Regel in mind has already adapted.
Greeting Wiro



Antwort von Kar.El.Gott:

"Wiro" wrote:

Well, as an old hare interview because you should really have no difficulty. As an experienced cameraman sets you cut the golden yes probably not with the ruler, but rather intuitive. If the 3 / 5: 2/5-Regel in mind has already adapted.
Greeting Wiro


I did not synonymous of difficulty speaking, but by a rule. I'm not synonymous trained (learned) cameraman, but mastered the technique.

The other thank you, because I z.Zt the 16:9 material in 4:3 output (HDV in SD), I turn as Robbie.



Antwort von robbie:

"Wiro" wrote:
"Kar.El.Gott" wrote:
I very often turn Interviews

Well, as an old hare interview because you should really have no difficulty. As an experienced cameraman sets you cut the golden yes probably not with the ruler, but rather intuitive. If the 3 / 5: 2/5-Regel in mind has already adapted.
Greeting Wiro


The hat was.
Incidentally, I am guided not S.4: 3, it was just an attempt somehow to describe;)



Antwort von Wiro:

As I said: if the 3 / 5 to 2/5-Regel keep in mind nothing can go wrong.

We have then, as relevant to 16:9 was more busy. Have to excerpts from an interview and a speech made and the persons so placed that the image we s.harmonischsten composition appeared. Then we have a 5-grid drübergelegt, and it has pretty much fit. So what s.dieser usually tuned ;-)

Small demo video (WMV):
http://www.videoclub-ahrweiler.de/GoldenerSchnitt16x9.wmv

There are only still images, but for demonstration reichts. The movements in the picture we need to stop thinking about this.
The blinking lines are 3 / 5 to 2/5-Anhaltspunkte of the golden section.
Greeting Wiro

BTW: When is the lattice 5er Overscan is already taken into account.



















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