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Stephen C Walsh

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    Cinematographer
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    Ireland
  1. Hi everybody, I've just graduated from the National Film School in Dublin and I'm working on a new website and showreel. All I have at the moment is this facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StephenCWalshCameraLighting Please check it out, like and share if you can, to help me promote my work over here! Also feel free to comment/critique, I value all insight. Thank you all, Stephen
  2. Hi everybody, I've just graduated from the National Film School in Dublin and I'm working on a new website and showreel. All I have at the moment is this facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StephenCWalshCameraLighting Please check it out, like and share if you can, to help me promote my work over here! Also feel free to comment/critique, I value all insight. Thank you all, Stephen
  3. Thanks for the tips so far. Pat, I suppose I just want to avoid copying and pasting the specific examples from the text. A lot of them do seem to be low budget independent films for some reason and I don't think I could ever find them on DVD or even online to watch the scenes for myself. I'd much rather see the film and write about it in my own words more for the sense of achievement than anything else. I hope that makes sense!
  4. NOTE: I think this could be a broad question, and most people (I hope) will have something to say but admins feel free to relocate this thread if it doesn't belong here. I'm writing a paper temporarily entitled 'Aesthetics in the Absence of Light: Storytelling Through Shadows' and have purchased several books on the film noir and horror genres and on film lighting in general. I'm finding, however, that the films referred to in the books are either too obscure and not great films or the few obvious choices. I can't watch every film in existence looking for shots that utilise shadows effectively and originally but perhaps some users on here can steer me in the right direction and could recommend a film I might have missed that has a relevant scene in it somewhere, a film that doesn't necessarily fall into the noir or horror genres, but is recognised and respected. Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks, Stephen
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