Originally Posted by brucer007
Indeed, the term "Dutch Tilt" is an official name I learned in film school. It was commonly used on the tv show BATMAN with Adam West, to create a feeling of disruption or evil.
Ah, the original Batman series. I liked how they would rotate the camera when climbing buildings. The Dutch angle or German angle was something I was familiar with from old classic Film Noir and such but not so much liked in "stills" It seems to work for me better in movies.
For some odd reason, in stills, if the main subject ( model ) creates a strong angle in a pose, that seems ok. One man's ceiling is another man's floor, I guess. (hmmm - idea for concept shoot. - writing this down)
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