Wall Street’s Inside Job – good and bad examples.
I recently watched “Inside Job” a fascinatingly disturbing documentary about the reasons that caused Wall Street’s last financial meltdown. Rotten Tomatoes said it best:
“a disheartening but essential viewing, Ferguson’s documentary explores the Global Financial Crisis with exemplary rigor.”
Besides the story, and the shocking realization that most of the culprits are still in positions of power, I was very intrigued by the lighting, framing and camera placement. My guess is that the documentary was shot by different crews, one skilled and one not so much.
Let’s take a look at the following good examples:
Nice establishing shot, very nice lighting, a well-framed extreme close up that makes sense, and even a well organized room. This is good.
Now, let’s take a look at a couple of not so great examples:
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