Framing in cinematography is the art of presenting objects and subjects in a complementary mood setting.
It’s the technique of highlighting objects and subjects to increase aesthetic appeal and parallelly making the viewer focus more on the framed item.
Cinematographers use framing to add two-dimensional viewpoints to a scene, making it more perceptible.
Filmmakers mostly use frames with the same thematic value as framed objects to increase the chosen image’s interest and depth. For filmmakers, there are multiple framing in film techniques, which aren’t skill-intensive.
Few of the common framing techniques are
- Rule of thirds
- Leading lines
- Size equals power technique
- Symmetry technique
- Using the depth rule
Filmmakers are never afraid to break the game rules. Everyone who watches your videos will have certain emotions, ideas, or feelings about your content.
The most effective way to achieve the best results and woo your audience is to be unique and smart whenever adding compositions to scenes and subjects