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James Laxton reveals the secrets to his cinematography in this behind the scenes look at Moonlight. The second feature from writer-director Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy) follows its young protagonist from childhood to adulthood as he navigates the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood, in addition to his complex love for his best friend. Writer-director Barry Jenkins made waves with his 2008 feature debut Medicine for Melancholy. Not only did it give the hipster-romance-indie genre a much-needed shot of artistic vigour, but — unlike most of those films — it took place in an America where race and class are defining aspects of life. Now, Jenkins' sophomore feature Moonlight makes good on Melancholy's promise. This is an impeccably crafted study of African-American masculinity from a vital creative voice in contemporary cinema. Though his story is set in Miami, Jenkins shuns the familiar neon-lit aesthetic that the likes of Michael Mann have associated with the Florida hot spot. Instead, he shows a different kind of life, miles away from South Beach, in an area hit by a crack epidemic. It's here that we meet young Chiron. Bullied at school and beaten down by a harsh home life, Chiron risks becoming a statistic: another black man dominated and ultimately destroyed by the system. Despite his small stature and taciturn nature, Chiron is a survivor, and, as he grows, it becomes clear that his real battle isn't even on the streets. It's an internal one: reckoning with his complex love for his best friend. Moonlight takes Chiron from childhood to his teens to adulthood, but it absolutely defies coming-of-age conventions. Instead of offering a clear progression of time, Jenkins plunges us into an atmospheric subjectivity, an impressionistic vision of Chiron's psyche in which sensuality, pain, and unhealed wounds take centre stage with staggering power. Anchored in an unforgettable performance by emerging talent Trevante Rhodes (as the older Chiron), Moonlight explores the human need to feel connected. But although its themes could be called "universal," they are firmly grounded in a specific understanding of African-American experience. This film was waiting to be made, and Jenkins was the one to make it. Footage courtesy of Elevation Pictures.
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Two-time VFX Oscar Winner (Hugo - 2011, Titanic - 1997), Director of Photography and VFX Supervisor Robert Legato, ASC sits down with GCI Co-Founder Yuri Neyman, ASC to discuss how the lines have become blurred between Cinematography and Visual Effects. http://bit.ly/1ydvV1r
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What is great filmmaking, legendary Cinematographers share their personal perspectives on what they do and what it means to them. NOTE: Due to popular demand I have added a bunch of 'Cinematography Tips' to my 'Editing Tips' Playlist. Emmy Award winning in two categories by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) in 2013: • Outstanding Achievement for Informational / Instructional Programming: Steve Weiss, Jens Bogehegn, Scott Lynch, Producers. • Outstanding Crafts Achievement Off-Air: Director Steve Weiss Cast: Roberto Schaefer ASC AIC Cinematographer Steven Fierberg ASC Cinematographer Elliot Rosenblatt Producer Bob Primes ASC Cinematographer Peter James ASC ACS Cinematographer Janusz Kaminski Cinematographer Bruce Logan ASC Cinematographer Haskell Wexler ASC Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond ASC Cinematographer Richard Crudo ASC Cinematographer Philip Bloom Cinematographer Polly Morgan Cinematographer Conrad Hall ASC Cinematographer Frederic Goodich ASC Cinematographer Stephen Goldblatt ASC BSC Cinematographer Ryan Walters Cinematographer Den Lennie Cinematographer Michael Negrin ASC Cinematographer Nancy Schreider ASC Cinematographer Francis Kenny ASC Cinematographer Stephen Lighthill ASC Cinematographer Michael Koerbel Cinematographer Daryn Okada ASC Cinematographer Victor Kemper ASC Cinematographer Mick Jones Cinematographer Ron Garcia ASC Cinematographer Rodney Charters ASC CSC Cinematographer Russell Boyd ACS ASC Cinematographer Isidore Mankofsky ASC Cinematographer Colt Seman Cinematographer Gordon Willis ASC Cinematographer Roger Deakins ASC BSC Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro ASC AIC Cinematographer Alan Thatcher Cinematographer Production Team: Directed by: Steve Weiss Produced by: Jens Bogehegn, Scott Lynch, and Steve Weiss Executive Producer: Eric Kessler Co-Producer: Josh Fisch Cinematography by: Jens Bogehegn and Mick Jones B-Roll Cinematography: Philip Bloom and Chase Kubasiak Graphic Design: Chris Voelz Graphic Assistant: Chase Kubasiak Film Editing by: Scott Lynch, Daniel Skubal and Chris Voelz Presented by: Zacuto Films and Kessler
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James Cunningham takes a journey through a long career of films with John Seale AM ACS ASC.
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 What is composition and framing in cinematography? And how do you compose well every simple time? And also, the number one super secret tip to nail great composition every single time! Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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RocketJump's Creative Director Mike Symonds delves into the building blocks of what cinematography is, and how we can start to learn the language of cinema. Here's a hint: anyone can learn! Want the full list of all the movies we showed in this video? Head on over to the official lesson plan page: https://school.rocketjump.com/learn/cinematography-container/cinematography-101 Questions for Mike? Chat with us here on the forums: https://discuss.rocketjump.com/t/cinematography-101-what-is-cinematography-official-discussion/2366 Special Thanks to our friends at Røde Microphones! You can find all the gear we use here: www.rode.com Thanks for watching! More videos at school.rocketjump.com! Check out our store! shop.rocketjump.com You can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/RJFilmSchool https://twitter.com/rjfilmschool
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This mind-altering Alien Workshop section was the ender for our 2012 opus, The Cinematographer Project. It was the pro debut of Jake Johnson and Gilbert Crockett. Limited edition The Cinematographer Project Ts: http://bit.ly/1pMT4VP
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 Who decides what on a film set, and why do cinematographers and directors fight all the time? Here's your answer! Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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Vilmos Zsigmond, Oscar-winning cinematographer of Close Encounters, as well as The Deer Hunter, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, The Sugarland Express and The Long Goodbye, discusses his work while attending Slamdance. Shot by Jamie Stuart.
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Vittorio Storaro has been named as one of history's most influential cinematographers, and with titles to his name like Apocalypse Now, Reds, and The Last Emperor, it's little surprise why. LdM News met him while in Florence, promoting his new book on cinematography. LdM NEWS is a video publishing project of the Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici (www.ldminstitute.com). We spotlight people, places and events in Florence, with a focus on student life and tips to make this magical city feel like a second home.
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Read our interview here: http://www.creative-mapping.com/magazine/arthur-loveday-cinematographer-london/ In the making of any film -- the cinematographer is one of the most important roles -- both technically and creatively -- yet the general public may struggle to name even one, so lost are these people behind big name actors, directors and producers. But cinematographers are the one who can make or break a film; create it's visual atmosphere and embellish how we see a story come to life. Within the industry itself, this specialised role is much revered; from Chris Doyle, Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now, The Last Emperor, The Sheltering Sky etc....), Gordon Willis (The Godfather), Conrad Hall (Butch Cassidy, Cool Hand Luke, American Beauty etc...), Seamus McGarvey (Atonement etc...)... the list is long and the films impressive. But what's it like as a profession for those starting out? One young British cinematographer, Arthur Loveday, recently worked with actress Bonnie Wright on her highly acclaimed directorial debut 'Separate We Come, Separate We Go' starring David Thewlis. Creative Mapping talked more to Arthur about his approach to his craft, and how the iconic location of Dungeoness influenced his style of cinematography.
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INTERVIEW WITH RAIN LI, CINEMATOGRAPHER, DIRECTOR, PHOTOGRAPHER, INSTALLATION ARTIST -- LONDON & BEIJING: http://www.creative-mapping.com/magazine/rain-li-cinematographer-director-photographer-installation-artist-london-beijing/ Rain Li, a cinematographer, a director, photographer and installation artist has collaborated with Chris Doyle on numerous films ! From music videos, features films, commercials to fashion films, Rain has made a name for herself with her unique and visionary style, described as 'reality vs surrealism.'
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 What makes Blade Runner 2049 a unique cinematic experience? In this video I go through the filmmaking and cinematography techniques and secrets Denis Villeneuve and Roger Deakins used to realize their grand vision. Cinematography of Roger Deakins: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE_Jzp0cyhg Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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I started this project because of a dream what I had. Project “Cinematographer” is explanation what does it mean to be a cinematographer, why we choose this way, how our life looks like. We can talk for a month about lighting, felling, style etc. but how people's life who choose to be a cinematographer looks like? We were filming a great cinematographer Ralph Woolsey ASC, he was born 1st of January 1914 and today he’s 101 years old Cinematographer. We all got a chance to hear his unique story about how he became a cinematographer, his life experience, years of war when he was doing “commercials” for American military forces, how he got into Hollywood business, his point of view on lighting, new technologies and more. When we are coming on set, first what we are doing is making decisions same as when we first time take a movie-camera we make decisions to be cinematographers. Thank you Ralph for amazing day I'll never forget your words: -“When I see this equipment and crew around me I feel like I can breathe again” Big thanks to everybody who helped to start this. Produced: MIK production inc Producer: Artur Gubin, Alex Nov Director: Artur Gubin Camera operators: James Mills, Alex Nov, Artur Gubin, Andrey Valentsov Special thx to: ASC, American Cinematographer Magazine, L Film. Was filmed using: Lomo Anamorph Red Epic Red Dragon #lomo #red #redcamera #anamorphic #cinematographer #amerikancinematographermagazine #asc #mph #documentary #film #projectcinematographer #ralphwoolsey #mik
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WYSV caught up with DOP; Devin Karringten at Vancouver's Adesso Bistro to talk shop. Check out the cinematographer's work below. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2653874/ https://vimeo.com/268858533 -CANON / JESSIE REYEZ http://www.devinkfilm.com/ https://vimeo.com/search?q=Devin+Karringten https://vimeo.com/user5892315 http://the-herd.ca/ https://vimeo.com/215896615 - JESSIE REYEZ / GATEKEEPER https://vimeo.com/268688699 -Canon ‘Let Em Know’ - ****Daniela Andrade**** http://www.devinkphoto.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DevinKarringtenPhoto/ https://twitter.com/DevinKPhoto https://www.instagram.com/devinkfilm/ THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR!: http://www.kalevfitness.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/kalevtraining https://twitter.com/KalevFitness?s=09 http://www.kalevfitness.com/blog/ https://www.instagram.com/kalevfitness/ JAMES JENKINS & SEAN DIMITRIE / WYSV? YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAjx5XksY8PC1fW8zbAub0w FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WhatsYourStoryVancouver/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/WYSV1 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/whatsyourstoryvancouver/yourstoryvancouver Music by: https://soundcloud.com/sean-dimitrie-1 https://www.facebook.com/seandimitrie/ Music by: Ukiyo - http://soundcloud.com/ukiyoau https://www.facebook.com/ukiyoau Sean Dimitrie - https://soundcloud.com/sean-dimitrie-1 https://www.facebook.com/seandimitrie/
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 I go through some of PC Sreeram's cinematography techniques to help you understand his unique style. Just to be clear: PC Sreeram changes his style to suit the movies he shoots. The goal of this video and article is to drum up enthusiasm and a yearning to learn more. Think of it as a tribute, nothing more is intended. Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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Free Guide! How to find the best camera angles for dialogue scenes: https://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/7 Camera guides, filmmaking and cinematography courses: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/8 What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 One of the great Andrei Tarkovsky's signature camera techniques was the top angle camera glide. He made so many variations of this, all beautiful, and can rightfully claim to be the undisputed champion of the shot. In this video I breakdown his secret techniques to make the cinematic glide work. Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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MORE HERE: Lenses at the Kubrick Exhibit in San Francisco - http://bit.ly/2wt5wPX Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon is often lauded as one of the greatest achievements in the history of cinematography. And in a decade or even a year with some of the toughest competition you can think of, Barry Lyndon always seems to stick out just a little bit more. But what sets the cinematography of Barry Lyndon apart from other movies? And how was it done? Support this channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinematyler Twitter: http://twitter.com/cinematyler Facebook: http://facebook.com/cinematyler Tumblr: http://cinematyler.tumblr.com This video essay was written, edited, and narrated by Tyler Knudsen. The Kubrick Files Ep. 3 - Kubrick's Cameras - https://youtu.be/kfNB4YepvTA Sources: https://cinephiliabeyond.org/stanley-kubricks-barry-lyndon Time Magazine [Dec 15, 1975] Stanley Kubrick Archives [Barry Lyndon by Rodney Hill] How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love 'Barry Lyndon’ By JOHN HOFSESS Kubrick on Barry Lyndon An interview with Michel Ciment American Cinematographer interview with John Alcott Stanley Kubrick Exhibition Book - Interview with Ken Adam Six Kinds of Light John Alcott - https://youtu.be/_E8C-3MU00g DP/30: Leon Vitali on Kubrick - https://youtu.be/BhXLE4xUy7w
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Cinematographer for ARRIVAL Bradford Young BRADFORD YOUNG (Director of Cinematography) is a cinematographer who studied under the tutelage of filmmaker Haile Gerima. As a cinematographer, Young is most concerned with finding the sublime in the ordinary. His work’s ambition is to explore and celebrate small local things, photographically. His recent film contributions include Selma, for which he was nominated for Best Cinematography at the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints and Mother of George, both of which he was awarded the 2013 Sundance US Dramatic Competition Excellence in Cinematography award for. Other films include Dee Rees’ Pariah, for which he won the 2011 Sundance US Dramatic Competition of Excellence in Cinematography Award, Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere, Tina Mabry’s Mississippi Damned, Paola Mendoza’s Entre Nos and Andrew Dosunmu’s Restless City. In 2014, Young also shot Edward Zwick’s Pawn Sacrifice and J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year. He also recently completed Beat-up Little Seagull helmed by Andrew Dosunmu and starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Kiefer Sutherland. In 2009, Filmmaker Magazine selected Young for its annual survey “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” And in 2010, Variety Magazine selected the talented cinematographer in their “Up Next – 25 Masters of Their Craft” profile of filmmakers moving up the ladder of success. In 2014, Young created a three-channel video installation titled Bynum Cutler. Inspired by late playwright August Wilson, the film featured black monuments set against the backdrop of Weeksville’s historic Bethel Tabernacle African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Crown Heights Brooklyn in a tribute to the pioneering Black women, men and children who embarked on countless journeys in search of refuge. Young is a 2014 inductee into the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
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Check out my Film Teaser "ZERO" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVnVC7RW7mo I have shared some of my tips for cinematographers to note down and improve their skills. Hope it will be usefull one. Host & Creator : Saravanakumar (SK) (Independent Filmmaker) I'm not a Genius But Am a Psycho "FILM PSYCHO" Our Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/fridayfilmpsycho/ Contact Me : [email protected]
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http://www.magmall.com/magazines/tv+and+celebrity/american+cinematographer-SKU-amcin1rrg.htm American Cinematographer and other TV and Celebrity magazines are a great part of any waiting room selection of magazines. It pays to use a discount magazine subscription service when subscribing to a magazine for yourself, your business or for a gift. Call 1-888-ALL-MAGS or visit http://www.magmall.com for more information.
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How do you film a conversation? Most likely, you’re going to block the actors, set up the camera, and do shot/reverse shot. But where do you put the camera? What lens do you use? And how do you cut back and forth? Today, I consider the Coen brothers — Joel & Ethan — and see how these choices lend a particular feel to their version of shot/reverse shot. For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/everyframeapainting This video was co-written with Taylor Ramos. Follow her on: Instagram: https://instagram.com/taylor.ramos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/glassesattached And follow me here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyszhou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everyframeap... Music: Carter Burwell - Way Out There (Raising Arizona) Carter Burwell - A Serious Man Oscar Isaac - Green Green Rocky Road (Inside Llewyn Davis) Carter Burwell - Little Blackie (True Grit) Carter Burwell - End Titles (Miller’s Crossing) Creedence Clearwater Revival - Run Through the Jungle Interview Clips: Cinematographer Style: https://vid.me/L5aW/cinematographer-s... Recommended Reading & Viewing: ASC Magazine on Bruno Delbonnel & Inside Llewyn Davis: http://bit.ly/1OxkCoP ASC Magazine’s profile of Roger Deakins: http://bit.ly/1TGUNKV Roger Deakins forum post on the lenses he uses: http://bit.ly/1KNKToa Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/HuuZ/
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Legendary cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond gives AFI Fellows advice during an AFI Conservatory Harold Lloyd Masters Seminar in 1974. Subscribe to this channel for more exclusive videos from the AFI Archive: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmO_WjaWDwimv8Kl7GHFxAA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow AFI: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanFilm... https://twitter.com/AmericanFilm https://instagram.com/americanfilmins... http://americanfilminstitute.tumblr.com http://www.afi.com
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Cinematographer P K Varma answers a few questions to Manam audience. He says that he had an interest for cinema since his school days. He was also greatly influenced by ‘Roja’ and ‘Agni Nakshatram’. P K Varma narrates his cinematography works for the film ‘Attakathi’. He adds about the incredible experience he had while working with Santhanam for his upcoming film ‘Server Sundaram’. Talking further about cinematography, P K Varma lauds the works of Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki who is also his role model. For more fun filled and interesting interviews & videos, Download our App: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/manam/id1081763106?mt=8 Googleplay : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=manam.ajax.com.manam&hl=en Click to Subscribe to our channel for regular videos : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZbjNj8Aj-7xgbgEN9-BC0g Visit our official website : http://www.manam.online Connect with us: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Manamonline Twitter:https://twitter.com/manam_online Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/manam_emagazine
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Steven Jacob, Agent for Cinematographers and Partner at Worldwide Production Agency (WPA), and GCI Career Management Instructor, sits down with GCI Co-Founder Yuri Neyman, ASC to discuss why a cinematographer needs an agent, expanding your cinematography business and how a director's vision affects a DP's work.
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GCI Guest Instructor, Director of Photography Bradford Young, ASC (Selma, A Most Violent Year, Ain't Them Bodies Saints and more) sits down with GCI Co-Founder Yuri Neyman, ASC to discuss what he looks for in an ideal director, and what advice he has for up and coming Cinematographers. Watch the rest of our "Cinematographer Close-Up" Video Series here: http://bit.ly/1J8sait
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His camera eye has given us critically acclaimed movies like Selma and A Most Violent Year, but Bradford Young also wants to challenge the way people of colour are visually depicted in Hollywood films. The talented director of photography joins Shad to discuss his craft, his personal lens, and how portraying people with dignity has been a part of his family's legacy for over 100 years. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=qtv q's Homepage: http://www.cbc.ca/q q on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcradioq q on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QonCBCRadio q is a magazine show that’s unpredictable in the best sense - proud to be “a wild mix of culture by way of Canada” as described by the New York Times. The Globe & Mail noted the show’s “raging popularity across a variety of platforms -- podcasts, television, websites, satellite radio, terrestrial radio, and occasional live remote broadcasts."
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Download my camera settings and 7 Cinema Custom Picture Controls + Get access to exposure guide for N-log: http://bit.ly/2FloOOU How to access - Click the above link to the blog post. Find the yellow box with the "Download" link, and enter your email address. The files will be emailed to you. What's in my camera bag: http://wolfcrow.ontraport.com/tl/9 Find gear on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/shop/wolfcrow/ Find gear on B&H: https://bhpho.to/2N3Na21 Is the Nikon Z6 capable of cinematic videos? And how does it compare to the BMPCC 4K, Sony a7S II and Panasonic GH5? What lenses are best for video, and is N-log worth it? Find out in my comprehensive real-world review of the Nikon Z6 for cinematography. BTS by Shrey Gambhir and Shyam Kamble Links can be to our affiliates and we might get paid a commission for any purchases you make. Please support wolfcrow and purchase using these links. It won't cost you extra. Don't forget to subscribe!
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Cinematographer, Barry Markowitz, ASC discusses his career as a DP and his work on the film Crazy Heart with Cliff Charles for DPTV
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Cinematographer Natasha Braier discusses The Neon Demon at The Female Gaze. Like a 21st-century Showgirls meets Suspiria, Nicolas Winding Refn’s delirious plunge into the fake plastic horror of the image-obsessed fashion industry trafficks in both high-camp excess and kaleidoscopically stylized splatter. Elle Fanning is the guileless recent L.A. transplant whose fresh-faced youth and beauty almost instantly land her a high-profile modeling contract. Whatever “it” is, she has it. And a coterie of monstrously jealous, flavor-of-last-month Hollyweird burnouts will stop at nothing to get it. Working in a supersaturated, electric day-glo palette, DP Natasha Braier fashions a sleek, freaky-seductive vision of L.A.’s dark side. The Film Society of Lincoln Center is devoted to supporting the art and elevating the craft of cinema. The only branch of the world-renowned arts complex Lincoln Center to shine a light on the everlasting yet evolving importance of the moving image, this nonprofit organization was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international film. Via year-round programming and discussions; its annual New York Film Festival; and its publications, including Film Comment, the U.S.’s premier magazine about films and film culture, the Film Society endeavors to make the discussion and appreciation of cinema accessible to a broader audience, as well as to ensure that it will remain an essential art form for years to come. More info: http://filmlinc.org/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=filmlincdotcom Like: http://facebook.com/filmlinc Follow: http://twitter.com/filmlinc
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Houston Cinematographer Larry McKee speaks to C47 Houston Entertainment Magazine about some of the projects he is doing and why he enjoys his work. Also, Mr. McKee is our Headline Interview and Cover for the June 2011 issue of the magazine. Read what one of the best cinematographers in the area has to say about his work. You can order an e-copy or a hardcopy of C47 Houston Entertainment Magazine by visiting our website at: http://www.C47Houston.com just follow the link to the paypal button or the subscription page. Learn more about Larry McKee by visiting his website at: www.LarryMcKee.com © 2008-2011 C-47 Houston Entertainment Magazine http://www.C47Houston.com http://www.C47Houston.Blogspot.com http://www.Linkedin.com/in/C47Houston All Rights Reserved.
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Cinematographer Chezhian talks about the art of practising cinematography in this video. He has highlighted about Christopher Doyle and his cinematography. Beyond cinematography, Chezhian also does fashion and commercial photography. He has mentioned that he experiments with different photography genres under various lightings. Further, Chezhian has also shared a few words about working with Director Bala for ‘Paradesi’. For more fun filled and interesting interviews & videos, Download our App: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/manam/id1081763106?mt=8 Googleplay : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=manam.ajax.com.manam&hl=en Click to Subscribe to our channel for regular videos : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZbjNj8Aj-7xgbgEN9-BC0g Visit our official website : http://www.manam.online Connect with us: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Manamonline Twitter:https://twitter.com/manam_online Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/manam_emagazine
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When DC's Chris Ray was asked to be one of the 13 filmers to submit a part for TransWorld SKATEboarding's latest film, The Cinematographer Project, Ray Ray naturally gravitated towards DC am Evan Smith. With Evan's effortless style and unique approach to skating and Ray Ray's mastery of the angles, editing and HD, this Evan part excerpted from the full length DVD is the perfect example of the magic that ensues when a great filmer and a great skater come together for one project. Published on Mar 29, 2012 by DC Shoes/Transworld Magazine MUSIC: Drowning Clowns Get Right Thru Creative.Life.Support Records http://www.reverbnation.com/drowningclowns
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Valentina Caniglia is a cinematographer that has worked on over 60 film productions, documentaries, music videos commercial work and more. She is known for her work on the film "The Stand" where her astonishing lighting and camera work caught the attention of American Cinematographer magazine which featured an exclusive article in March 2017 issue. As a DP (Director of Photography) Valentina is the real deal and brings her positive attitude to her work and life. We discussed the challenges of shooting on location in Palestine to being snowed in in New Jersey. Her eye for coloring and lighting are what makes Valentina’s work unique and why she’s won so many awards. As a female cinematographer success didn't come easy. "Pomegranates and Myrrh" winner of the Golden Dagger for Best Cinematography, premiered in USA at Sundance film Festival and received the Audience Award at Doha Tribeca Film Festival handed out by Robert De Niro. "Madeline's Oil” was the winner of the Best Cinematography award at the Louisiana International Film festival. Keep up with Cinematographer Valentina Caniglia on Social Media Website: http://valentinacaniglia.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/valentinacanigliadp/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/ValeCanigliaDP Valentina’s philosophy on Film Making "I always adapt at filming each project with versatile visual style that best translates each story's unique concept into breathtaking moving images that unravel the characters' state of mind throughout the progression of the storytelling. Cinematography represents a concept of beauty that stands beyond the aesthetic aspects, something more intense that supports, follows and enhances the story where the camera can capture and show the transparency and the awareness of visuals drawn by the emotions." - Valentina Caniglia
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A brief look at who I am as a person and a professional as of early December 2017. Visit my website: williamdavismoore.com To contact me: [email protected] Join me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/williamdavismoore Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/williamdavismoore/ Join me on Twitter: @williamdmoore01 #southfloridarealestate #realestatevideotour #luxuryrealestatevideo Cinematography (from ancient greek κίνημα, kìnema "movement" and γράφειν, gràphein "to write") is the science or art of motion-picture photography by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as film stock. Cinematographers use a lens to focus reflected light from objects into a real image that is transferred to some image sensor or light-sensitive material inside a movie camera. These exposures are created sequentially and preserved for later processing and viewing as a motion picture. Capturing images with an electronic image sensor produces an electrical charge for each pixel in the image, which is electronically processed and stored in a video file for subsequent processing or display. Images captured with photographic emulsion result in a series of invisible latent images on the film stock, which are chemically "developed" into a visible image. The images on the film stock are projected for viewing the motion picture. Cinematography finds uses in many fields of science and business as well as for entertainment purposes and mass communication. The word "cinematography" is based on the Greek words κίνημα (kinema), meaning "movement, motion" and γράφειν (graphein) meaning "to record", together meaning "recording motion". The word used to refer to the art, process, or job of filming movies, but later its meaning became restricted to "motion picture photography". In the film industry, the cinematographer is responsible for the technical aspects of the images (lighting, lens choices, composition, exposure, filtration, film selection), but works closely with the director to ensure that the artistic aesthetics are supporting the director's vision of the story being told. The cinematographers are the heads of the camera, grip and lighting crew on a set, and for this reason, they are often called directors of photography or DPs. The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) defines cinematography as a creative and interpretive process that culminates in the authorship of an original work of art rather than the simple recording of a physical event. Cinematography is not a subcategory of photography. Rather, photography is but one craft that the cinematographer uses in addition to other physical, organizational, managerial, interpretive. and image-manipulating techniques to effect one coherent process. In British tradition, if the DOP actually operates the camera him/herself they are called the cinematographer. On smaller productions, it is common for one person to perform all these functions alone. The career progression usually involves climbing up the ladder from seconding, firsting, eventually to operating the camera. Directors of photography make many creative and interpretive decisions during the course of their work, from pre-production to post-production, all of which affect the overall feel and look of the motion picture. Many of these decisions are similar to what a photographer needs to note when taking a picture: the cinematographer controls the film choice itself (from a range of available stocks with varying sensitivities to light and color), the selection of lens focal lengths, aperture exposure and focus. Cinematography, however, has a temporal aspect (see persistence of vision), unlike still photography, which is purely a single still image. It is also bulkier and more strenuous to deal with movie cameras, and it involves a more complex array of choices. As such a cinematographer often needs to work co-operatively with more people than does a photographer, who could frequently function as a single person. As a result, the cinematographer's job also includes personnel management and logistical organization. Given the in-depth knowledge. a cinematographer requires not only of his or her own craft but also that of other personnel, formal tuition in analogue or digital filmmaking can be advantageous.
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Yemi (Emmanuel James) is a camera man taking pictures of a model for a top magazine but due to the distractions a messes up the shoot. This is is Directed by Preye Opuofoni.
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Mahesh Muthusamy cinematographer Exclusive Interview With Nettv4U! Mahesh Muthusamy speaks about his studies, interest and career. Mahesh Muthusamy worked in Chithiram Pesuthadi, Anjathey and Nandalala directed by Mysskin. Mahesh Muthusamy is a Pune Film Institue Student! Mahesh Muthusamy worked as an assistant to PC Sreeram, the legendary cinematographer. Mahesh Muthusamy worked in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films. Bongu is the latest film by Mahesh Muthusamy. Oru Kuppai Kathai is the upcoming film of Mahesh Muthusamy! Watch More Awesome Videos : https://goo.gl/UlGPJQ Subscribe us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/H24x8E Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/nettv4utamil/ Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/Nettv4uTamil +1 us on G+ : https://plus.google.com/+Nettv4uall
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Un estratto dal video The Art of Cinematography realizzato da Daniele Nannuzzi (AIC) per il libro The Art of Cinematography di Vittorio Storaro (AIC, ASC) che celebra i 150 Autori della Fotografia che hanno fatto la storia del cinema.
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Chayse has quickly become one of the world's brightest emerging cinematography talents. He was born and raised in Vancouver British Columbia, but calls New York and LA his home now. We caught up with Chayse in New York while he was filming Soak in New York. Chayse uses Surface Pro during the scouting process to take pictures of locations, to look up production notes while on set and to communicate his vision for scenes to the crew.
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Isle’s section in The Cinematographer Project, World View was definitely one of the more experimental edits out of the bunch. They chose Italy as their main location to shoot for a handful of reasons—one being that they had close friends to stay with and show them around, and another because it gave them a chance to rethink old tricks in relation to a completely new place, which was ultimately the end goal for the edit. See Isle’s edit here online for the first time ever and be sure to get the full-length on iTunes! Presented by Weedmaps. Subscribe to TransWorld’s YouTube: http://twskate.co/gz8nsr Follow TWS for the latest: Daily videos, photos and more: http://skateboarding.transworld.net/ Like TransWorld SKATEboarding on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TransWorldSkate Follow TransWorldSKATE on Instagram: https://instagram.com/transworldskate/ Follow TransWorldSKATE Twitter: https://twitter.com/TransWorldSKATE
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Have you ever wondered how to make a film without writing a script? Find out how award winning director Mike Leigh and cinematographer Dick Pope created the masterpiece that is 'Mr. Turner'. Source: NYFF Red Carpet Don't miss anything from Paste Magazine! Subscribe to Paste: https://www.youtube.com/pastemagazine Facebook: http://facebook.com/pastemagazine Twitter: http://twitter.com/pastemagazine To get in touch with Keri: Twitter: http://twitter.com/thekerilumm Facebook: http://facebook.com/kerikeithlumm
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