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Zoom vs Truck in

Posted on August 18, 2012  2 Comments
Filed under Cinematography, Education

Sorry for the lack of posts but I am addicted to internet and Social websites so the last remedy I found to be more productive is to cut off my internet connection. I do post some WIPs on Twitter once in a while though.

Right, since I am doing a lot of research in Storyboarding and Layout those days, I have decided to add a new Cinematography tag to my blog and “Zoom” vs “Truck-in” will be my first post.

“Zoom vs Truck-In” is something I have had to deal with a lot lately and I found a great example in the first iteration of Kung Fu Panda and the awesome bridge sequence. It is not very often that you find the two concepts applied on two consecutive shots but they did it, starting with a Truck-in and followed by a dramatic Zoom on Tai Lung

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2 Responses to “Zoom vs Truck in”

  1. smacleod on August 24th, 2012 06:22

    Awesome. Nice find.

  2. Olivier Ladeuix on September 1st, 2012 21:52

    we have had a discussion about the topic at work so I felt I had to do some research and that bridge sequence immediately came to my mind. Thanks Steve!

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