Cinematography

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

“Notes on Camera Movement: When to Move the Camera and Why” by M. David Mullen, ASC

Motivation is not just something actors need – it’s something cinematographers and other cinema artists deal with every day when making a movie. This not only applies to how a set is lit, but also to elements like camera movement. When to move the camera, why to move the camera, …

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X-Rite Announces New Display Calibration Solutions for Photographers and Filmmakers

Color managing your displays saves time, money, and eliminates aggravation.   (GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.)   X-Rite, the world leader in color management, measurement and communication technologies, today announces the immediate availability of the i1Display Studio and i1Display Pro Plus, technologically enhanced hardware and software solutions for color calibration and profiling of …

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Saramonic introduces the Blink 500 mobile audio system

(White Plains, NY)  The Saramonic Blink 500 Ultracompact 2.4 GHz Wireless Clip-On Microphone System was designed for filmmakers, journalists, vloggers, YouTube creators, corporate video producers, or any content creator that needs an incredibly easy-to-use wireless system that won’t slow them down. The Blink 500 system works effortlessly with your DSLRs, …

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“What is Realistic Cinematography?” by M. David Mullen, ASC

As most people know, the stylistic trend in cinematography over the century has been towards greater realism, which has been easier to achieve in low-light situations thanks to more sensitive film stocks and electronic sensors, plus faster lenses. There has always been an impulse to make the lighting in a …

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Examining the Color Palette of Film: The Impact of Color and Its Use by Cinematographers by Jacqueline Frost

The color palette of a film is a subtle way to visually enhance the emotional aspects of a film and guide the viewer to respond to it on a visceral level. Understanding the basic components of color, warm colors and cool colors, as well as how the audience responds to …

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eNewsletter | Peter Stein, ASC Cinematography Tips and Back to School Offers

Peter Stein, ASC Cinematography Tips and Back to School Offers. Read online now. Click here >> More helpful articles and resources Cameras | Lighting | Audio | Tradeshows Post a Job | Network | Join Discussions in the Filmmakers Forums Online   Subscribe to StudentFilmmakers Magazine Print Subscription >> Digital …

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Announcing New Book by Charles Haine: “Color Grading 101: Getting Started Color Grading for Editors, Cinematographers, Directors, and Aspiring Colorists”

Charles Haine’s educational articles covering topics in cinematography, directing, and film business have been published in StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the #1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers. We are excited to announce the release of his new book, “Color Grading 101: Getting Started Color Grading for Editors, Cinematographers, Directors, and …

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“To Zoom or Not to Zoom: That is the Question” by Peter Stein, ASC

You have just gotten your first big film to shoot. This is an exciting time. You want it to be a fantastic experience, because it will be a mainstay of your reel – and a possible entré into the industry. You have a great relationship with the director and even …

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