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A One-Camera Show: DP James Laxton on Moonlight Mahershala Ali, Light Film, Best Supporting Actor, Father Figure, Pre Production, Alfred Hitchcock, Documentary Film, Film Stills, Art

A One-Camera Show: DP James Laxton on Moonlight | Filmmaker Magazine

Moonlight traces the path from childhood to young adulthood of a black gay man named Chiron growing up in a poor part of Miami. For me, it’s a film about identity and how that malleable construct shifts as a reaction to the world around us and the people in our lives. Unfolding as a triptych, each section of Moonlight places a different actor in the lead role, allowing the audience to see a physical embodiment of Chiron’s transformation as those close to him drift in and out of his world…

Apocalypse Now Francis Ford Coppola Cinematography: Vittorio Storaro Scene Image, Scene Photo, Apocalypse Now Redux, Francis Ford Coppola, Film Stills, Film Director, Great Movies, Cinematography, Videos

Apocalypse Now: A Clash of Cultures - The American Society of Cinematographers

In this archival article, Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC and Stephen Burum, ASC recount the production of Francis Ford Coppola’s hallucinatory Vietnam War epic.

Vilmos Zsigmond, the Academy Award-winning cinematographer Film Studies, Higher Learning, Film Inspiration, Film School, Martin Scorsese, I Need To Know, Video Film, Director, Great Videos

VILMOS ZSIGMOND Masterclass | Higher Learning

Sadly Vilmos Zsigmond passed away on January 1 2016. Please watch and enjoy his in-depth talk when he came to TIFF back on August 8th 2014. http://www.tiff.n...

Oscar-winner Anthony Dod Mantle gives his top 10 tips for being a successful cinematographer. Photography Business, Film Photography, Camouflage, Digital Film, Film Studies, Film School, Video Film, Independent Films, Documentary Film

Top 10 tips for being a cinematographer

Oscar-winner Anthony Dod Mantle gives his top 10 tips for being a successful cinematographer.

Film studies video essay examples Video Essays on Films: A Multiprotagonist Manifesto. The video essay work of. Homage to Matt Zoller Seitz's Video Essays' Film Studies For Free on 'More on. Film Tips, Long Take, Film Theory, Film Academy, Film Studies, All Episodes, Film School, Essay Examples

The Spielberg Oner

One overlooked aspect of Spielberg is that he's actually a stealth master of the long take. From Duel to Tintin, for forty years, he has sneakily filmed many...

88 Cinematographers Share the Best Professional Advice They’ve Ever Received Robert Bresson, Roger Deakins, Indie Films, Free Films, Making A Movie, Film School, Independent Films, Best Camera, Film Director

88 Cinematographers Share the Best Professional Advice They've Ever Received | The Black and Blue

88 cinematographers and ASC members reveal thoughts, advice, tips, and tricks they've received that helped them throughout their professional careers. Their responses range from the simple to the complex, the obvious to the specific, and the easy to the hard – but all of them stand to help you make the most of life in the film industry.

Top 10 Tips: Bond cinematographer Roger Deakins. By Alison Feeney-Hart. BBC News. Robert Bresson, Roger Deakins, The Shawshank Redemption, Film School, Skyfall, Beautiful Mind, Film Industry, Bbc News, Cinematography

Top 10 Tips: Roger Deakins

Roger Deakins' journey from Devon to Hollywood as one of the film industry's top cinematographers working on James Bond and the Shawshank Redemption.

Don Corleone: "Look how they massacred my boy." - Godfather 1972 w/ Marlon Brando acting with his forehead and eyebrows. Marlon Brando, Aquaman Film, The Godfather, Troy, Funny Images, Funny Pictures, Funny Gifs, Pretty Pictures, Boxer

Composition in The Godfather

The famous first shot of The Godfather trilogy is the extremely slow zoom out from the undertaker's face. The shot begins fully zoomed int...

Legendary Chinese-American cinematographer James Wong Howe ('Hud,' 'Seconds,' 'Body & Soul') talking about his career in Hollywood and taking questions from . Inspirational Movies, Chinese American, Image Makers, Film School, Old Movies, Visual Identity, Cinematography, Filmmaking, Storytelling

53-Minute interview w/ cinematographer James Wong Howe (1974) [audio]

Legendary Chinese-American cinematographer James Wong Howe ('Hud,' 'Seconds,' 'Body & Soul') talking about his career in Hollywood and taking questions from ...

The Female Cinematographers of Neon Demon, Creed, and Dope Discuss Their Experiences in a Male-Dominated Field Film School, Professional Development, Cinematography, Role Models, Filmmaking, Interview, Neon, Female, Concert

The Female Cinematographers of Neon Demon, Creed, and Dope Discuss Their Experiences in a Male-Dominated Field

Maybe five years ago, I would interview a gaffer and he’d be like, 'Don’t worry, little lady, I’ll take care of it.'

Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel takes us through the differences between wide-angle, normal and telephoto lenses. He explains the science of each lens using examples from “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Drive” and “Three Kings”. Film Studies, Editing Writing, Film School, Video Capture, Camera Hacks, Wide Angle Lens, Guerrilla, Best Photographers, Vanity Fair

Cinematographer Explains 3 Different Camera Lenses | Vanity Fair

Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel takes us through the differences between wide-angle, normal and telephoto lenses. He explains the science of each lens us...

Cinematographer Sam Levy’s Shot List Pictured Lady Bird a Year in Advance – The Credits Shot List, Film School, Coming Of Age, Color Correction, Summer Girls, Cinematography, Nostalgia, Shots, Bird

Cinematographer Sam Levy’s Shot List Pictured Lady Bird a Year in Advance | The Credits

In the beginning, there was the shot list. When Greta Gerwig organized her directorial debut, she left nothing to chance. A full year before production began on her coming-of-age story Lady Bird, the actress-turned-filmmaker sat down in New York with director of photography Sam Levy and together they planned out every shot of the movie. ...

Color Grading Film and Digital for Wonderstruck Color Grading, Film School, Movie Trailers, Cinematography, Picture Quotes, Filmmaking, How To Become, Films, Magazine

Color Grading Film and Digital for Wonderstruck | Filmmaker Magazine

Colorist Joe Gawler of Harbor Pictures has worked on a number of films and television shows over the years, including A Most Violent Year, Midnight in Paris and Arrival. For Wonderstruck, Gawler had to work with multiple film stocks. The story takes place in two time periods—the 1920s and the 1970s—and black & white and color film were used to convey the different time periods, while digital material was also shot for both periods. In this interview he talks about working with film and…

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Blog : The American Society of Cinematographers

Cinematographer Philippe Rousselot, AFC, ASC, recently published a wonderful little book on cinematography in France. Although I cannot do justice to the depth and range of the French text, I have freely translated some excerpts to share a few of the book’s insights. The bold emphasis is mine, and is not in the original text.

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