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Dror Dayan

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  • Birthday 07/13/1981

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  1. I suggest you start by working as an electrician, on student movies or low budgets which don´t require much experience, and see how more experienced people are lighting.
  2. Hallo everyone, I´m shooting a short in a month and have an interesting night scene to shoot and light. A car is driving through an empty city street at night, and as it goes by past the street lanterns the lights go out one by one. We still don´t have a location so I still haven´t discussed the shooting with the director, but I can imagine shooting it from the back of a car driving in front of the actor´s car, from a low angle so that I can see the lanterns go out. But the main question is of course how to light the scene. I´ll probably be shooting 16mm on 500t vision3, I don´t have t
  3. Hello everybody, after digging up the archives of the forums I found some answers to my problems, but I wanted to post anyway since a lot of the posts were old or just not very detailed. so, here is our shoot: we are simulating a moving train, day, in studio. the windows are steamed, and the actor clears them up with his finger and looks outside, where the scenery is seen, rushing rapidly. so far I´ve reached the following decisions: - rear or front projection instead of green screen, because the windows are steamed with water drops on them and that would be a headache to key,
  4. That´s also what I know. because the BPM is made up of tiny particals in the glass, if you use a longer lens you have less particals and the spaces between them are relativly bigger, hence less of a promist-effect, hence you need a denser filter... all the best, Dror
  5. Oron, I totaly agree, but sometime I want to know what tools more experinced DP´s as me chose to tell their story with, so I´ll know better how to choose the tools to tell my specific story, and that´s when I usually go to cinematography.com... ;) all the best, Dror
  6. Hallo Everyone, for my end-of-the-year paper at my film school I´m writing about the DV/HDV-shot movies of Michael Winterbottom with Marcel Zyskind as DoP. I´m mostly interested in the "smaller" shoots (in regards of team and lighting) such as "In This World", "Nine Songs", "Genova" or "Road to Guantanemo", but also "a Mighty Heart" and maybe "a Cock and Bull Story". I hope to catch "The Killer inside me" on the Berlinale next week so I can see the other side of the coin with 35mm Cinemascope, but the subject of the paper is the work process on the set and in the pre-production when workin
  7. I also liked the film very much, I am writing my second-year-paper in film school about the movies of michael winterbottom with marcel zyskind and about their use of DV/HDV cameras with small teams and set ups, in movies like "genova", "in this world", "the road to guantanemo" and "nine songs". if someone has some thoughts or information on this subject i would appreciate a word! all the best, Dror
  8. You can also connect a 5k dimmer to a second one, and the second one to the lamp. will give you a flicker effect which you can also control with the knobs, but isn´t really very healthy for the dimmers... all the best, Dror
  9. You can also connect a 5k dimmer to a second one, and the second one to the lamp. will give you a flicker effect which you can also control with the knobs, but isn´t really very healthy for the dimmers... all the best, Dror
  10. You can also connect a 5k dimmer to a second one, and the second one to the lamp. will give you a flicker effect which you can also control with the knobs, but isn´t really very healthy for the dimmers... all the best, Dror
  11. Joel: please advertise your rental at the appropriate places. this is a technical forum intended for technical help. thank you. Dror
  12. Joel: please advertise your rental at the appropriate places. this is a technical forum intended for technical help. thank you. Dror
  13. Joel: please advertise your rental at the appropriate places. this is a technical forum intended for technical help. thank you. Dror
  14. Thanks a lot Mr. Mullen, those are really great examples. I´m sure to show that in class. Just wanted to say that I´ve been an avid reader of your posts for a long time now! Thanks again and all the best, Dror
  15. Hallo everyone, I also posted it in "lenses and accessories" Forum, so sorry if I´m redundant: I have to do a lecture as part of my cinematography studies about Promist filters. I wanted to show some good and exciting examples of it´s use. Can anyone recommend a good movie or scenes that show an interesting use of Promist? thanks in advance, Dror
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