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fast dolly pushing (5 replies and 2 comments)

Vanniyan
2 weeks ago
Vanniyan 2 weeks ago

Dear matster roger there was a couple of fast dolly pushing shots on Barton fink movie. Here by i have attached some fast dolly push images from Barton fink. Really i can't figure out what is the difference between fast dolly push vs slow dolly push.

https://www.rogerdeakins.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Screenshot_2019-08-04-22-46-40.jpg
Roger Deakins
2 weeks ago
Roger Deakins 2 weeks ago

Yes, obviously a fast movement has energy whilst a slow push in can bring tension to a scene. How that works does depend on the context, though.

dmullenasc
2 weeks ago
dmullenasc 2 weeks ago

Surely you had some sort of different emotional response when you saw the fast push in versus the slow one?  Your response to the effect is the reason for the technique.

David W
2 weeks ago
David W 2 weeks ago

Nor Roger, I personally feel a sense of tension and unease when a slow push is used and a fast feels more energized or lively.

Vanniyan
2 weeks ago

There is no doubt about slow push. Roger taught me very well. I assumeThere is much more than your explanation about fast pushing.

David W
2 weeks ago

There most definitely Is.

Vanniyan
2 weeks ago
Vanniyan 2 weeks ago

3. This one little different. It's about dolly pull back.  Is that all shots you mentioned camera is the another character.

https://www.rogerdeakins.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Screenshot_2019-08-04-22-46-05.jpg
Vanniyan
2 weeks ago
Vanniyan 2 weeks ago

2. Wall paper fall

https://www.rogerdeakins.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Screenshot_2019-08-04-23-06-48.jpg
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