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Composition Tips for 16:9 (eDoc)

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Shooting for widescreen doesn’t mean just shooting wider. It’s how to creatively get your entire subject in frame and what will be lost if viewed on a 4:3 aspect ration TV. More info within

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Shooting for widescreen doesn’t mean just shooting wider. It’s how to creatively get your entire subject in frame and what will be lost if viewed on a 4:3 aspect ration TV. The width of the movie film between the sprocket holes initially determined the aspect ration (horizontal to vertical) of a motion picture image. In 1892, Thomas Edison defined this with 35mm film which had a usable area between the sprocket holes of 24.89mm x 18.67mm. Later, when the motion picture industry developed a way to put an optical soundtrack on the film (rather than trying to sync video and audio externally), this was reduced to 22mm x 16mm (4.11:3)

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