This is correct.
In Jaws, it's the other way round. The camera dollys in and zooms out,
increasing the apparent depth of Roy Scheider's face as he sits on the
beach. The whole effect depends on the framing remaining constant.
On 30 Jun 2009, at 01:05, Aaron Smuts wrote:
> . The technique in
> Vertigo involves a dolly out and a zoom in. The area occupied by the
> subject stays roughly the same, but the contours change. The image
> becomes much flatter, if I remember correctly.
> There is certainly a better way to describe this. Time to re-read
> chapter 7 of Film Art . . . .
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