Cinematography

“the art or technique of motion-picture photography.”

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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Peter Rowe csc Shares His Wilderness Filmmaking Experiences, Insights and Tips for Students and New Filmmakers

Peter Rowe csc Shares His Wilderness Filmmaking Experiences, Insights and Tips for Students and New Filmmakers

Peter Rowe csc has produced and directed over 200 films and television shows, including 8 features and Angry Planet which was broadcast around the world. He was nominated for several Gemini, Genie and Directors Guild of Canada Awards, won two Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards for Lifestyle/Reality Cinematography, a Platinum …

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A Conversation with Craig Wrobleski csc

A Conversation with Craig Wrobleski csc

A Conversation with Craig Wrobleski csc Lighting Dark Scenes and Creating Characters, Ambiances and Emotion with Light Exclusive interview conducted by Jody Michelle Solis In more than 30 years behind the camera, Craig Wrobleski csc has had the opportunity to photograph projects of most every description. After getting his start …

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A Conversation with Kenneth Zunder, ASC: Capturing Cultural Touchstones

A Conversation with Kenneth Zunder, ASC: Capturing Cultural Touchstones

A Conversation with Kenneth Zunder, ASC Capturing Cultural Touchstones Exclusive interview conducted by Johnny Lee Solis Since earning my first cinematographer credit on the television series thirtysomething, I have worked on many features, television movies, and series such as Brooklyn Bridge, seaQuest, Chicago Hope, Lois and Clark, Judging Amy, The …

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Yesenia Rodriguez Shares Drone Do's and Don'ts

Yesenia Rodriguez Shares Drone Do’s and Don’ts

Yesenia is a Director of Photography based in both Austin and Houston. She specializes in documentary and commercial work and is experienced with a wide range of production styles; she’s been in the industry since 2012. Prior to being a DP, she owned and operated a fine art print business …

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Sean Silas Shares Drone Flying Tips and Best Practices

Sean Silas Shares Drone Flying Tips and Best Practices

Sean Silas aka Silas Of The Lamb specializes in graphics design, using software such as Photoshop, Affinity Designer, DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro X, Lightroom, ReaIlusion Character Creator 3, iClone 7, and Unreal Engine 4. He is also a guitarist/composer/producer. He uses software like Pro-tools, Reason, and Nexus.   How …

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Cinematography for Interviews: 7 Best Practices

Cinematography for Interviews: 7 Best Practices

Pictured above: Production still by Austin Distel. Follow on Instagram @austindistel. “Recording a new podcast interview with CEOs and Founders of successful online businesses, Scale or Die. This show recently hit Apple’s New and Noteworthy for business and technology categories. Watch or listen to the most recent episodes at useproof.com/scaleordie.” …

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Important Keys to Successful Handheld Camerawork

Important Keys to Successful Handheld Camerawork

Photo by Jose Pedro Ortiz @YouTube channel Follow Instagram @josepedro_21   Written by Michael Rabiger How you shoot handheld footage—whether documentary or fiction—can either mesmerize or irritate your audience. For great handheld work, see an episode of Carrier (2008) or any Maysles Brothers film. For work that misses the mark, …

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