Re: Cinematography Challenge - REDUX (read rules first)
I personally like looking at just one frame, at the detail put into it, the set, the story, ect; on the other side, multiple frames demand my attention, so I constantly find myself looking away. Night Owl, if you want people to work more on their frames, asking them to also make multiple shots is not the way to go about it.
Well, given the quality of the last few rounds of the one-frame contest (with a few exceptions here and there), neither is that. One frame unfortunately allows greater opportunity for people to just cheaply take a shot at the theme without real care to the conventions of good cinematography such as lighting, set design, character and camera placement, even subtlety for that matter.