How Roger Deakins Creates Cinematic Depth

How Roger Deakins Creates Cinematic Depth

While film and photography are inherently flat, these tips can help add cinematic depth to your shots and make your images look more three-dimensional. This one technique is used in many dramatic Hollywood and television productions. Roger Deakins is probably the biggest master of using it. What is it?

In today’s episode of Ask Aputure, Nerris from the A-Team walks us through different ways we can embrace shadows to create cinematic depth and enhance the dramatic look of our images. These tips will turn your flat 2D images into a 3D image!

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