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Photographer turning cinematographer. It's a bigger jump than i expected


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Hello guys,

 

I've worked as a professional photographer, mostly in studio, for sex years now. Both fulltime and parttime / freelance. Im finally taking the step towards cinematography and it was greater than i expected. With my photography background, i have a lot of experience "for free" with lightning, composition and so on. The new part for me was new softwares, grading log footage, sound and the biggest part by far – story. I find it difficult, to write or make a short stories which is not to long, yet interesting and have a meaning of some kind. Also it have to be "doable" with little to no budget and as a one-man-crew production.

Do you write all of your stories yourself? Or do you work with anyone who can help or come up with the ideas?

Please feedback (mostly the imagery, since its in swedish - sorry) the video below. Its about how you have to appreciate the little things in your everyday life. It turned out to be like a mini-motivational video or whatever.

Cheers!

 

 

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