The Dutch Angle is a technique created by tilting the camera any number of degrees to either side. Here is a look at the Dutch angle used in a variety of films to a variety of extremes. By Jacob T. Swinney Coming soon to Keyframe:
Should You Use Dutch Angles in Your Films? (Answer: Yes, But...)
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The Dutch Angle: Tilting the Camera for Dramatic Effect
Sam Peckinpah (American western & controversial film director: The Wild Bunch , The Ballad of Cable Hogue , Straw Dogs , Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid , Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia ).
Dutch Angle Frozen Mountain on the Tundra Motion Background - VideoBlocks