Variable depth of field effect in Huawei P10 commercial

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Variable depth of field effect in Huawei P10 commercial

David wanted to gradually transition from a deep depth of field to a shallow depth of field in one shot to blur the background and isolate the foreground subject to draw attention to the depth of field effect and effectively communicate to the regular user the capabilities of the P10 phone and artistic value that the feature offers.

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Film scenes ideal for Cinefade - Series 1

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Film scenes ideal for Cinefade - Series 1

Five Film scenes that are pivotal to the story and present an ideal example of how a cinefade could be used in cinema.

Cinefade varies depth of field in a single motion picture shot at constant exposure, enabling Cinematographers to gradually transition from a sharp to a blurry background. The in-camera effect could be used to accentuate a moment of extreme drama and immerse the viewer in the story. The following five scenes from well known movies all demonstrate moments of extreme drama that could have employed a Cinefade to accentuate the drama even further.

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Variable depth of field in film

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Variable depth of field in film

There is a limitation in the application of cinematic depth as a storytelling device in professional filmmaking.

In the past, Cinematographers have always been limited to choosing a depth of field that stays consistent throughout the shot. A variable depth of field that creates a sort of focus blur or background blur effect has vast creative applications

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