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  1. Freshly updated demo reel. The harshest of criticism would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  2. Hi all, Just finished my new cinematography reel which I also edited myself. Its a mix of commercial, fashion, documentary, and a bit of narrative work. Id like to be doing more narrative and doc work so I tried to push it in that direction, while keeping it light and fun with a good mix of commercial work to appeal to potential clients. Would love some feedback. I feel proud of my work but I also feel like I am lacking a certain polished, high cinema look that I am constantly pushing for and watching other work to try to understand how to achieve. Anyways would love to hear your thoughts, the good the bad and the ugly. I am always trying to push myself and improve my work. Thanks in advance! Erynn
  3. Hey guys, I put together a reel for 2017. Especially after I edited the reel, so I saw it thousands of time and I don't look at it anymore with a fresh eye, I'd love some feedback, sure they will help me learning more and more. Thank you :) https://vimeo.com/223875179
  4. hello guys, I reedited and hopefully tweaked my cinematography reel, if anyone’s curious about it here is the link: https://vimeo.com/200803231 Feel free to throw in any feedback/advise, always more than welcomed! thank you :) S.
  5. ID Productions is a production studio based in Tirana, Albania. We are involved in the industry by producing TV commercials. We're interested to hire a DOP (freelancer) for our next 3 projects. If you are interested, please send us a Demo Reel. You may contact us here: idproductional@gmail.com Thank you!
  6. Hey everyone! It's my first time posting here! My name is Marc and I'm an aspiring Cinematographer! I came here to post my work (Demo Reel) and It would be awesome to hear some opinions, feedbacks, critiques etc. All of the footage were shot with DSLRs. I'm serious about this stuff so I need to get better. I appreciate it! I'm also posting still images of what I recently shot! I guess you can just critique on the lighting for those ones. Do I have what it takes? Or should I just go and pursue other areas of film or in general? thanks!! Demo Reel: http://tinypic.com/r/sdzos1/8 http://tinypic.com/r/1g3ibp/8 http://tinypic.com/r/2chl3rd/8 Sincerely, Marc
  7. Here is my reel. I would love to hear your thoughts!
  8. Any advice on the structure of a reel? Is it best to lump footage from one project next to each other or sprinkle it throughout? I have heard little tips like start out with a shot of a beautiful girl to show you know how to make an actress look good, etc. Any other good rules of thumb? Thanks guys, Joshua Jones
  9. I'm in the process of cutting a new demo of my narrative work. I am curious on how others consider the presentation of work when cutting a demo reel. Last year's demo can be seen HERE. It was cut with the intention of drawing in small jobs, shorts and student work. It did ok. I considered a lot of the basics in this reel: Strongest stuff (the hook) in the first 30seconds. Keep it under 3min. Very few will watch the whole thing...etc. I'm always looking for ways to make it better. My body of work doesn't have a lot of fancy action sequences, flying jib shots, or slow-mo, but rather Drama, Romance, and Kids. So that's what I tailored it to. I also arranged the edit to be short sequences of well-lit, well-composed, related shots told an emotion or small story. The method made sense to me for a narrative reel. A year later; I still don't have a lot of sweeping jib shots or slow-mo, and I don't have any music videos either. I'm rather handicapped in the music video world; I listen to Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, and Dvořák. When I look around on the web for other examples of reels. A lot I see a lot that are exciting, but mostly montages of "pretty" shots that aren't really connected or related in a way that makes sense. My shots are ok-pretty, but don't have a lot of that...*umph*. My instinct tells me to present my work in a way that best represents me. That's what I'm doing. But my instincts aren't always in tune with what a director or producer are looking for in a DP. What approaches do you usually consider when cutting your reel? Am I being altruistic in the way I cut my reel? Does a viewer care about story in a reel? Would I get better results focusing more on "the pretty"? Thanks, Jeremy Parsons, MFA Mostly a 1st AC. Trying to do more DP.
  10. Hey guys, please take a look at this reel and let me know if it is close to be ready for job applications. Or should I wait and build it more.. Just looking for honest opinions. https://vimeo.com/73787855
  11. Films I have been director of photography, im slowly getting better so honestly tell me what you think. [video=vimeo;68975273] [video=vimeo;45164728]https://vimeo.com/45164728
  12. go to link below for T. Anthony Gharzouzi's Demo reel http://tarekimages.com/reel.html
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