The author of that post dwells a lot on famous "film-linguist" David Bordwell, in some references using a terminology I am not familiar with. However, the article also features a few screenshots and explains the observations of the author very comprehensively.
What I noticed and absolutely love about "Zodiac" is that its cinematography and editing is not in any way showy -- and with that rightfully different from "Panic Room" or "Fight Club", which depended on a stylish and noticeable direction of the camera.
But still "Zodiac" displays a very intriguing, visually arresting film-narration that pulls you in and doesn't let you go. There are several sequences once again in this movie that are just shot so perfectly by David Fincher that they will remain in my head forever, such as the remarkable Lake Berryessa scene or the three detectives interviewing Arthur L. Allen.
I really love this quote from the article:
How absolutely right! I couldn't agree more.
That to me is "The Genius of David Fincher".
Hope there will be more articles like that. Enjoy: