- 240 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 23 x 29 cm.
- Additional Authors
- Suryavanshi, Sanatan,
- Contents note continued: Visual Order -- Thumbnailing -- Composing Characters -- Readability -- Interest -- Mood.Featuring hundreds of carefully hand-crafted illustrations as well as significant tuition on how to best compose and use images to create the most powerful frames, this book is potentially Hans P. Bacher's life's work encapsulated in one volume. Here, the internationally renowned production designer shares his expertise in an easy-to-follow and imaginative way -- giving tips, exercises, and a depth of knowledge garnered from a lifetime in the industry. Bacher's production designs have established the look of many seminal animated films such as The Lion King, Balto, Mulan and Beauty and the Beast, so fans of his work will be delighted. While keeping the focus on storytelling, Bacher instructs readers in the art of animated cinematography with the ever-present aim of soliciting an emotional response from the audience. Vision: Color and Composition for Film represents an amazing depth of experience -- and is visually arresting to boot.Machine generated contents note: The Psychology of Images -- Association -- Mechanics -- Resonance -- The Anatomy of an Image -- Line -- Structural Lines -- Orientation -- Placement -- Quality -- Harmony & Contrast -- Rhythm -- Conclusion -- Shape -- Inspiration -- Discovering Shape -- Legibility -- Visual Interest -- Shaping Emotions -- Conclusion -- Value -- Seeing Value -- Value Distribution -- Controlling Focus -- Value Patterns -- Value & Emotion -- Conclusion -- Color -- Colour is Everywhere -- Color Wheel -- Hue, Saturation, Brightness -- Perceiving Color -- Color & Emotion -- Color & Design -- Color & Value -- The Power of Color -- Color Scripts -- Conclusion -- Light -- Anatomy of a Lighting Setup -- Brightness -- Light Quality -- Light Sources -- Cast Shadows -- Working with Light -- Camera -- Inspiration -- Perceiving Camera -- Improvisation -- Reference -- Storyboard -- Shooting Styles -- Format -- Motif -- Framing -- Angles -- Conclusion -- Composition --