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  1. The novel Cinefade VariND has been available for over a year now and there are some great examples of how cinematographers have used the variable depth of field effect in narrative storytelling and commercials (Examples). It's still a new effect though and I'm wondering how else you would use the Cinefade in your post-covid projects? Reveal a bad guy lurking in the background by extending depth of field? Combine with a Dolly Zoom effect? Let's get creative...
  2. Hello everyone! I would love to get some opinions on the following. Let’s say you’re shooting a narrative, a 10 page dialogue scene over the course of 2 days. This scene takes place in one location, with blocking all in one vicinity. Would you rather A) Shoot 5 pages/day, jumping around to all of your camera/light setups for those 5, or B) Shoot 10 pages/day, shooting out half of your setups like wide, two shot, etc. Theres interesting pros and cons to both; as a DP I jump for the 10 page idea so I can be efficient with setups and time, yet a director might see benefit performance And continuity wise for the 5 page option. Worked on a feature recently where this problem arose, and would love to hear everyone’s opinions and logic.
  3. I want to dive more into narrative books again. I've always been a very audiovisual person, when it comes to perceiving and consuming storys. So I'd like to come back to the written storys, after heaving read so many non-fictional books about lighting, photography and cinematography. Can you give me some recommendations? I know it's rather subjective. But I thought, I'd meet some like-minded people, since we are all filmmakers and visual storytellers. Maybe I can give you a little help with my favourite films and directors, that I enjoy watching: - Kitano, Fincher, Tarantino, Danny Bolye, the Coen brothers, W. Allen, Gus van Sant, Luc Besson, Spike Jonze, - nearly all of the Studio Ghibli movies and some classic anime feature films like Ghost in the Shell, - Se7en, Lost in Translation and Good Will Hunting are some of my favourite films I can watch over and over again.
  4. Finished up a passion project. Short narrative, thought I'd share it guys. Shot on BMCC 2.5k w/Speedbooster and Sigma art 18-35 Lens. Shot Raw and graded in DaVinci Resolve. The story and idea is based on experimenting with the power of music.
  5. Hey all, I have been able to create a reel based on a few short narrative films I have acted as DP for. Please let me know what you think, I would appreciate any advice.
  6. All useful for writing the story, includes many of the latest blockbusters: A ton of movie story structures at https://www.youtube.com/user/clickokDOTcoDOTuk/videos 2015 Academy Award Winner / Nominees at http://www.kalbashir.com/Oscars-2015-Winner-And-Nominees.html 2014 Academy Award Winner / Nominees at http://www.kalbashir.com/Oscars-2014-Winner-And-Nominees.html All Best Films at http://www.kalbashir1.blogspot.com
  7. Hi there, Just wanted to share this with you and get some feedback. I shot it as a bit of a challenge to see what results I could get using only natural light. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
  8. Hey, I'm Lea. I'm a young filmmaker trying to get my foot in the door. I would love to hear any anecdotes or advice you have on the subject. Here's my reel. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated! Check out my site! Hope you enjoyed it! All the best, L. Fox
  9. **Camera Test I shot this all with Natural light. I had the camera for the weekend and so I was alone in this shoot and with my limited time I wasn't able to really control the natural light like I would want to. Nevertheless it was a good shoot, I wanted to push the camera to the very dark and bright places. **Concept Idea I want to make a kind of poetic visual and lyrical film. Think, Terrence Malick. This is a proof of concept. Please leave comments with Ideas, thoughts, questions. I shot this handheld without a rig. Some shots are pretty shaky, I'm sorry. Thank you for your time. Color Corrected, no CG RED-Scarlet Zeiss 50mm (All night time shots, house INT) Tokina 11-16mm Canon 70-200mm
  10. Here's a music video I made as a submission to a competition created by the band The Civil Wars. I love this site because most of my work gets a lot of constructive criticism which helps for the next production. So let me know what you think about everything! :) Thanks! http://genero.tv/watch-video/34354/
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