I wasn’t convinced that the framing in the last scene was working very well. Looking back it may have been because the sky and cliff were looking very flat in the first final render of Slán and a lot of the cliff was revealed in shot. These were some camera movements I tried to see if the team would like/prefer them (keeping in mind that the particles would be flowing out and up):
We had also considered going back to the camera movement from our greyscale animatic which panned upward to the sky. We liked this shot but found it difficult to focus on Anam and the particles and then give enough time to pan past the monument and reveal the writing. Mike also pointed out that we’d be loosing a nice final frame that included Anam in shot.