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Neil Moore

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About Neil Moore

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    Cinematographer
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    Los Angeles

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    http://www.ShootingFilm.com
  1. Thanks, Manu! Make sure you check out Midnight Special this March in theaters as well. Enjoy!
  2. Thanks for the comment, Bill. So glad you enjoyed those movies! Jeff Nichols and DP Adam Stone are a rock solid team! Take care. --Neil
  3. Hello all, I just recently posted a DP reel that combines a bunch of my 2nd Unit work. I'm waiting for a few new movies to come out before I can add to it, but this is what I have for now. Would love to hear what you guys think. Happy shooting, everyone! Neil Moore Cinematography Reel - TRT 2:00 --Neil Moore Director of Photography - www.ShootingFilm.com - IMDB
  4. I used the Spectra Pro IV-A for the last 12 years, and what a great meter it is. However, unbeknownst to me at the time and completely out of the blue in the middle of a shoot, my light readings were coming in 1 1/2 to 2 stops over. Dallies were 2 days behind, so we didn't catch it until then. Getting a new light meter in the middle of the Mississippi river took another two days, but I finally spent the cash and sprung for the Sekonic L758-Cine. I had no idea that the Sekonic meter was so advanced! With quick buttons to calculate wrattens and the ability to program your latitude toe and shoulders for each film stock took so much of the calculations off my mind. Obviously, the spot meter is a great addition too. Both meters are superb, but if you have the extra cash, I'd spring for the Sekonic. If you are looking for a discount, try looking into the Friends of the ASC. I'm sure you'd find student discounts around as well. Hope this helps. Kenneth Neil Moore - Director of Photography
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