Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 37.
If you are artist of decoration at theatre or film studio then you can
compare theatrical stage or a field of vision in objectives or optical lens of
video cameras to features of a human face. Namely as artist of decoration you
can correlate scenery of theatrical stages and film studios to emotions of the
shown physiognomic symbols and hexagrams of the canon of changes. Because
background of theatrical stages and distant plan in vision of video cameras are
comparable to emotions of eyebrows. Central objects of attention and suits or
costumes of acting persons are comparable to emotional aspects of eyes. The near
or forefront plan in objectives or optical lens of video cameras, and also
secondary minor decorations on stages of theatres are comparable to facial
emotions of a mouth.
And also the listed emotional ratios of theatrical and video sceneries with features of a human face and hexagrams of the canon of changes can be considered if you are filmmaking cameraman or cinematographer or director of photography.
Emotions of social relationships.
Eyebrows: individual mind does not depend on public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition subordinates to collective will.
Mouth: private needs subordinate to social requirements.
Public will and corporative needs of society dominate over personal wishes and needs of a man or woman, but individual mind does not depend on social mentality.
Personal mutual relations.
Eyebrows: you do not think of people and-or companions do not regard you.
Eyes: you do not wish to see people and-or companions do not need your presence.
Mouth: you can not speak and-or companions do not listen to you.
Eyebrows: your notion is neutral to opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view is caused by sights of people.
Mouth: your words are caused by assertions of people.
You refuse to understand people.
Following 38 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About optical lens of video cameras and theatrical stages, also filmmaking cameramen and designers of musical shows.