Just how much information can you fit in a single camera shot? More than you might think. When there is a large amount of information to share within a single scene of iBIBLE, we leverage landscape images to help the viewer process a lot information within just a few seconds of animation.
Look at this example section from iBIBLE Chapter 10:
God: The outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is so great, and because their sin is so serious, I will go down there now and see if they have done according to the outcry that has reached Me.
In order to show a variety of sins committed by Sodom, iBIBLE uses a wider image that highlights various types of sin, rather than focusing on just one. The scene, though, does not appear on screen all at once.
The camera begins on the left side of the image and pans to the right, revealing each character and scene one section at a time. Take a look at the Black and White shot below:
Landscape images not only help to portray more information in one shot, they also add variety to the scenes to help make the iBIBLE art captivating for the viewer.
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