9 Scenes from 'Jaws' That Will Show You How Spielberg Does Cinematography
Steven Spielberg is a legendary director with a style all his own, but compared to other filmmakers with cinematic techniques, it's easy to be unfamiliar with what makes his films Spielberg-esque.
One of the more notable cinematographic moves that screams classic Spielberg is the tracking shot, namely ones that follow subjects sideways across the frame. However, there are so many others, like blocking changes and shooting a "frame within a frame." Antonios Papantoniou breaks down a bunch of scenes from a film full of these quintessential Spielberg techniques: ‘Jaws.’ Be sure to check it out below.