/ by Jared Jones

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bisexualangelinajolie:

Whatever was the center point of that shot had to be in the center of frame. In the faster cutting that [George Miller] has got your eye won’t have to shift on an Anamorphic frame, won’t have to shift to find the next subject when you’ve only got 1.8 seconds of time to do that. That theory of not having to move your eyes and being able to fast cut and it just goes bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, takes you into it, and the is basically the whole of the film. All we would hear all the time on the coms was George [Miller] saying “PUT THE CROSS-HAIRS ON HER NOSE! PUT THE CROSS-HAIRS ON HER NOSE!” and you put the cross-hairs on Charlize [Theron]’s nose. You didn’t offset to grab any of the information in the background, the camera had to be in the center, it was very disciplined that way, everything is symmetrical.” - John Seale, DoP

Symmetry in Mad Max: Fury Road // 2015

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