Architectural History and Theory: Orientations 1B
The technique that I used in this project is a pan shoot of the elevation of a space.
The key words in this technique is pan shot which is mean by swiveling a still or video camera horizontally from a fixed position.
The result of using this technique in film is the view seems to “pass by” the spectator as new material appears on one side of the screen and exits from the other, although perspective lines reveal that the entire film is seen from a fixed point of view.
I used ‘Down by law’ to the reference film which is filmed by Jim Jarmusch in 1986.
The noticeable feature is that this was black and white independent film.
I framed my film exact same way which is Jim did.
I shoot this film in the train with different places and combine together to see the difference between Sydney city and other places.
Also, I added a song in this film.
Through this film, we can see the difference between Sydney city and other places.
This film telling us about the way to describe the building with black and white colour. building elements such as roof, external wall, and window.
Jarmusch Jim — Down by law (1986) Opening sequence: pan shoot of the elevation of a New Orleans, viewed 3 April 2017, < <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WKTNwd1lB4>.