Compare The Ways The Distinctively Visual Is Created In Crouching Tiger
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X Compare the ways the distinctively visual is created in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and in one other related text of your choosing.
The use of distinctively visual images allows an audience to perceive and distinguish the composer’s specific representation. From these distinctive visuals, the audience’s perceptions force them to respond in a particular way. In ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’, Ang Lee utilises a range of film techniques to position his audience through a combination of quiet, dramatic scenes and choreographed action sequences. In his painting, ‘Third of May, 1808’ Fransisco Goya conveys meaning exclusively with distinctively visual techniques. Both the composers are able to effectively convey their message and…show more content…
This allows the scene to create greater tension with the use of darkness diverting the audience expectations. For the camera movement, firstly it is a long shot to show the location and they are going to fight, and then it use a lot of close up, over shoulder and extreme close up to illustrate how they fight with using different Kong Fu and weapons, during they are fighting, it also has some bird s eye view shot to show how intense of their fight, because it also show the ground fault of the weapons and the struggle traces shows the suspension. As a distinctively visual technique, audiences are able to feel the suspense. The way in the shooting, the director Ang Lee has done all the details in every possible way. In the light text effect, he spent most of the low key lighting to keep the mystery of kung fu; the lens shooting, he spent a lot of The third-person perspective and two shot make the audience appreciate the traditional Chinese martial arts, and he can also take care while a lot of details, such as eye contact play against the two sides, the audience can understand the meaning of what they want to say without the dialogue. The scenes is showing a back and forth between two characters staring at each other, then that is most likely the use of the shot-reverse-shot technique.
Third of May 1808, painted by Fransisco Goya was considered ground breaking and revolutionary as it presents the horrors of war that had