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4 Ways to Use Your Camera Now for Better Story Telling

Photo by Yiorgos Ntrahas. Kalochori, Greece. yiorgosntrahas.com | Instagram @yiorgosntrahas Written by Peter John Ross In this new age of digital, everyone makes movies. Using cellphones or tablets, people can shoot and edit their movies almost anywhere. One of the most important facets of making any movie, whether it be …

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Exposure: Why Still Use a Light Meter?

Photo by Chris Yang. Instagram @chris.yang.film   Written by David Appleby With digital cameras now equipped with waveform monitors, histograms and programmable zebras, why do you need to use, or even know about, light meters? A first answer would be that all the built-in features you’re using are light meters. …

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Evaluating an Indoor Location: From the DP's Perspective

Evaluating an Indoor Location: From the DP’s Perspective

Photo by Sam Moqadam. Instagram @itssammoqadam.   Evaluating an Indoor Location From the DP’s Perspective Written by Paolo Dy   A successful shoot is usually made up of 90% very thorough preparation and 10% ingenious last-minute thinking. Part of the preparation phase is the all-important location check, where each department …

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Daniel Villeneuve csc on Lighting Dark Scenes

Daniel Villeneuve csc on Lighting Dark Scenes

Daniel Villeneuve csc on Lighting Dark Scenes Create and Capture Cinematic Emotion   Daniel Villeneuve csc has been shooting for film and television for over 30 years. His craftsmanship being recognized two years running in both 2019 and 2020 with nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards for best photography, drama, …

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