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  1. Hey everyone, I'm currently a student studying cinematography, and have found some dilemma when working with a gaffer. Often times I am very controlling in pre-production; I know exactly what light I want where with what gel and how many foot candles it will read. However, I feel like just handing my gaffer a floor plan is a disservice to them as a part of the creative process. What is your experience/take on the Gaffer-DP relationship? Where are the lines drawn? Who does what when in pre-production? Thanks a million!
  2. I shot a spec commercial with my crew a couple of weeks ago. Please tell me what you think. Feedback is appreciated, Thanks! Chanel Spec.
  3. Hi I'm recently posted for a DP now we're looking to crew-up in several more positions. The project is happening this summer between mid july to mid august tentative dates. Postions: Gaffer's, Grips, Sound recordyst (with own gear), editor's with feature film experience (must be able to handle and 4k and 6k footage, red code. If helps if you are located in Maryland, DC, VA but not necessary. Send resumes, reels, contact info to dvpauditions@gmail.com
  4. Hi I'm putting together a crew for an upcoming feature fillm with a good production budget. I'd really like to team up with an experienced Director of Photography, an awesome line producer and good sound crew. This is a fall production starting in October. Interested parties can send reels and resumes to dvpauditions@gmail.com. Regards
  5. Does anyone have a general standard rate card for hiring a non-union video crew; dp, sound, m/h, grip, gaffer, pa, scout? My company shoots mostly industrial or corporate videos.
  6. Looking for a cinematographer or a gaffer? A colorist? An experienced grip? The Cinematography.com Member database is a great place to find and contact the crew you need. Member searches can be refined by geographical location, occupation, equipment and more. Use the Quick Links below for some common search results, or just click the Members tab up top and then refine your search using the search page's More Search Options button. Cinematographers in New York Cinematographers in Los Angeles Cinematographers in Seattle Cinematographers in San Francisco Cinematographers in Boston Cinematographers in Denver Cinematographers in London Cinematographers in Paris All Gaffers All Grips All 1st AC's
  7. We want the best cinematographers in America. Sign up now at http://iamadreammaker.com/pre%20open%20audition%20sign%20up.html Dream Makers is a talent contest/reality TV show where the audience builds the best movie making cast & crew in America. The show stars Directors, Cinematographers, Production Designers, Music Supervisors & Actors and features all the other talented people who make movies. Dream Makers starts online then adds cable TV broadcast and finally adds movie theaters across America for the show finale’. Each episode—hosted by Roger Rohatgi—features the contestants’ pitches, tasks unique to the movie industry that have to be completed by a certain deadline and stories about the personal journey about how they got to where they are today. Our judges will give their opinion about who they think are best suited to be on the team but the audience has the last say as to who gets to stay on the show and make it to the Dream Makers movie making team. Open audition sign ups run through the end of December 2013. After the contestants sign up they will make pitch videos about themselves to show why they should be on the show. Once the audition pitch videos are evaluated, the semi-finalists will be notified within a few days whether or not they will be included on the show. During January of 2014 our judges will select contestants from the nationwide audition process to compete for the movie making positions. 20 semi- finalists will be chosen in January. Then 10 contestants from each category will be announced in February. These contestants will compete for the one position in their category to become part of the Dream Maker Movie Team. When the television broadcast phase starts, Dream Makers will announce the top 5 Directors. These directors will then work with the remaining contestants everyday for the rest of the season. They will provide their opinions, insights, and advice to help the rest of the contestants make the team. Each week contestants will make a pitch video about how they would apply their craft to develop a section of a screenplay. The judges will give their professional opinion about who made the best pitch, but the audience will select their favorite contestants in each category. Each week the lowest vote getters from each category will leave the show. http://iamadreammaker.com/pre%20open%20audition%20sign%20up.html
  8. Hey all. I might have an upcoming indie project shooting in Oklahoma City in the near future. I'm NYC based and it will be my first time out there and I would appreciate hearing any positive experiences with great indie narrative crew that you've had in OKC. I'm looking for good recs for a gaffer, a key grip, and ACs. I'm a chill guy and I run a chill but focussed set and hope to hear about folks who are professional with positive attitudes and good ideas (what we are always looking for, right?). Also, I'd love to hear about the vendors who you've worked with before. Thanks so much. Feel free to PM me too! Best, Eric Lin NYC DP
  9. I'm a professional photographer with 7 years of experience, shooting for magazines, and advertising/commercial gigs for fashion and apparel companies. Have always wanted to work in tv/film and looking to get more involved. Located in Southern CA, in the Los Angeles & Orange County area, and always willing to travel. I have worked on a Lady Gaga music video and TV commercial as a stills photographer. Ready to work for your project ASAP and give you the best quality of work. Please look my work here: http://www.jhophotography.com you can also email me jho@jhophotography.com. Look forward to hear from you soon! -Jonathan Ho http://www.jhophotography.com jho@jhophotography.com
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