Let's Look How Marc Webb Is Framing Shots In The Amazing Spider-Man

Okay, not shots. Shot, singular. But it’s our first look at what Marc Webb and cinematographer John Schwatrzmann are doing in terms of framing. Looks like Emma Stone is having a look too.

And what do we learn? Well, it all seems rather more level than Thor which throws around Dutch angles like confetti.

Okay… we learn very little. But you’ll think back to this picture, if and when you see the film, I’d guess. And I nerded out when I saw it, so I thought there was chance somebody else might too.

Picture from EmmaStone.org

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