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  1. I thought I might reach out to folks a whole lot more knowledgable than myself in regard to a particular lighting challenge I have. And one that isn't strictly to do with film. I am studying for a Masters in Fine Art Photography and am working on a project that looks at the people who believe in the extra-ordinary and have extra-terrestrial stories to tell. People whose beliefs lie at the fringe of society. In the town where I live, there is a curious story of alien abduction (and subsequent quick release) of a pensioner who had gone night fishing and encountered a UFO beside a canal. I would like to recreate elements of the story photographically and to start, I was thinking how I could create a UFO-beam-of-light-type scene of when the man first encountered the UFO. I will be photographing this, not filming it. Where I live means a lot of fog this time of year and I can really use this to my creative advantage. There is a fine art photographer called Lucas Zimmermann's who uses long exposure, fog and traffic lights to create eerie yet mesmerising images (see attached jpgs). Is there portable, battery powered lighting systems that could give the same kind of light as a traffic light? I need to be able to position the lights also. I also attach a photograph of the canal and where the man allegedly saw the UFO. Thought I would reach out to see what idea folk might have. Regards, Matt
  2. Collection of Japanese Collotypes from the Meiji period It is interesting to note that in Japan the job of massage was traditionally given to blind people. See 'Amma' yawning shampoorer https://japancustomscostumes.wordpress.com/2018/11/04/collection-of-japanese-collotypes/
  3. This style turns the tintype into a miniature painting. https://vintagephotographyddteolijr.wordpress.com/2018/10/27/collection-of-hand-colored-tintypes/
  4. A vintage pinup magazine 'The great cross-country girl hunt' 68 pages. https://photographysgoldenage.wordpress.com/2018/09/27/glamour-photography-magazine-1957/
  5. UK's upskirting law can put as photog in jail for 2 years. More and more regulation unfoldingfor street photogs. This time freedom was only saved by 1 vote. No doubt when the one old timer blocking it dies off the millennials will pass it. The United Kingdom recently attempted to make upskirting illegal and punishable by up to two years in prison. But thanks to a single lawmaker, the bill hasnt become law after all. 71-year-old Sir Christopher Chope of Conservative party blocked the bill and he didnt give a reason for it Upskirting, as you probably know, is taking unauthorized photos under a womans skirt. Gina Martin started a campaign against it in the U.K. after she was a victim of upskirting in 2017.She was unable to file a lawsuit because of the gap in the law. Upskirting is not a criminal offense in the U.K., and the police reportedly stated that the photo wasnt obscene enough because she was wearing underwear. The proposed bill would put upskirting in line with other voyeurism offenses, making it punishable by up to two years in jail. As TIME reports, Prime Minister Theresa Mays government gave its backing to the proposed bill on Friday. However, Chopes objection means that the lawwill have to be debated again at a later date. According to the same source, the expected date for a new debate is 6 July 2018. https://www.diyphotography.net/uk-blocks-the-law-that-bans-taking-photos-up-womens-skirts/
  6. Hi Everyone, I love collecting behind the scenes photos where you can see lighting setups from great cinematographers. Does anyone have any they'd like to share? These ASC articles on Se7en and Carol both contain a lot of great bts photos of Darius Khonji's and Ed Lachman's work: https://ascmag.com/articles/flashback-seven-1995 https://theasc.com/ac_magazine/December2015/Carol/page3.html# All the best, Alex
  7. Certain movies can be dissected into still photos and the photos are great shots on their own. Here is one project I did on Godzilla to honor the recent death of actor Haruo Nakajima, who portrayed Godzilla. https://danieldteolijrarchivalcollection.wordpress.com/2017/08/13/the-godzilla/ Until I started to break Godzilla down I never realized how many great stills are in it. Paris, Texas is film has some beautiful scenic shots by Wenders, especially at blue hour. Fellini's La Strada has some strong single frame images. What films stand out in your mind for their great 'single image' photography?
  8. Hi everyone I used the Sony A7r mark ii for a time-lapse job and it gave me great results, now i have another time-lapse job, should i try sony a7r mark iii or should i stick to sony a7s mark ii ? Thank you Best regards
  9. Hi, I'm selling my filters; 28x Tiffen 4x4 filter. Also selling the metal flight case and a filter pouch for 6 filters. List of filters, 4x 85 4x 85 N3 4x 85 N6 4x 85 N9 2x 85B 1x 85B N3 1x 85B N6 1x 85B N9 1x 85POL 4x 81EF 1x 81EF ND3 1x 81EF ND6 1x 85EF ND9 Metal flight case secures 60 filters. The key for case is missing. Haida 100 filter pouch, holds 6 filters. More pics, Tiffen folder; https://jussipaita.imgur.com ASKING PRICE FOR THE WHOLE SET 900 euro. If you´re interested write me an email: jniemela79(a)gmail.com
  10. Proceeds from Sales of Sculptures & Assemblages to Benefit City of Hope Writer-director Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Cloverfield), Oscar®-nominated cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network), and cinematographer Ernie Holzman, ASC (Without a Trace, Cora Unashamed, Thirtysomething) present “Ernie Holzman: Life ReFocused,” an art show celebrating film cameras and lenses from the 20th century. The event takes place on November 12, from 4 – 7 p.m. at RED Studios Hollywood, where assemblages and sculptures created by Holzman will be for sale, as well as a rare print of the iconic set of Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window.” All proceeds benefit cancer research at City of Hope. After being diagnosed with Stage IV non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2011, Holzman underwent surgery and two rounds of chemotherapy. Unable to work, a good friend gifted Holzman with a collection of vintage filmmaking equipment. The cinematographer deconstructed every camera and lens, and was ultimately inspired by the aesthetic beauty and elegance of the equipment, which had been commonplace in his career, to create art. By selling the pieces he has designed, Holzman wants to “pay it forward” and acknowledge the life-saving work of Dr. Barry Rosenbloom at Tower Oncology. Holzman told American Cinematographer magazine, “The opportunity to create art, and ultimately have this showing, has not only been enormously healing for me, but has given my life greater meaning than I have ever known.” City of Hope is a world leader in the research and treatment of cancer, diabetes, and other serious diseases. They deliver scientific miracles that make lives whole again. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is one of only 49 comprehensive cancer centers in the nation, as designated by the National Cancer Institute. The event is open to the public. RED Studios Hollywood is located at 864 N. Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, 90038. No RSVP is necessary to attend.
  11. I haven't lit for a photography shoot before. How would I achieve something close to this lighting? I have three kinos to work with. My original idea is a daylight kino from the left and two tungsten kinos from the right and top Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
  12. Ca ptured my french city, its castle and some parts of london in this compilation. if you can, comment if i made a mistake in color correction https://youtu.be/j-Q9LJXMqpI
  13. I made a little compilation of the timelapses I took during a visit in Paris, France. I did not have my video camera in my disposal but I did the best I could. the youtube link is https://youtu.be/Pp8KDQm8yAA
  14. I'm into commercial photography (as a hobby), so yesterday I decided to take some random shots of some bottles and cigars found at home. Since I don't have any lighting equipment, I used desk lamps and a construction light. Tried to match them with CTOs though. I didn't fill any glasses because I was not willing to drink or throwing them away, and since they're only tests, it doesn't really matter. Please give me feedback on lighting, setups, and post, as I would really like to get a job as a commercial photographer. Thank you in advance. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghdnBoMndPSG40SDQ/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghblVjczhvdm1ZcVk/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghM21GNjhHMXVxeVk/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghNTY2alVram1vREE/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghMHRZRzkxeVFQcWs/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghZXpyaE9SWlQtbEU/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghRDZ1Vk1BMnJ0amc/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwHns6JAzPghSGVXS0UtVFRKcGs/view?usp=sharing
  15. I live in Australia where there isn't a lot of film work, so having a film education would make you more employable. I want to be a cinematographer, but there are no cinematography courses so I thought that if I studied a Photography degree, these skills could be transferable? What do you think? (I don't want to study an overall film degree because you must be a writer and I am not)! I've attaches a photo of some of the degree units.
  16. I live in Australia where there isn't a lot of film work, so having a film education would make you more employable. I want to be a cinematographer, but there are no cinematography courses so I thought that if I studied a Photography degree, these skills could be transferable? What do you think? (I don't want to study an overall film degree because you must be a writer and I am not)! I've attaches a photo of some of the degree units.
  17. This is definitely a question better suited to a photography forum, however I'd rather be active on cinematography.com as I find it one of the best forums in terms of the community feel it has. I recently invested in an old Pentax Super ME 35mm camera, and was just wondering if someone could shed some light on what the little switch to the left of the lens mount does? You can pull it down, and then it slowly ticks back into the start position. Is it some kind of self timer?
  18. Hello all, I am Ivan from switzerland, this is my first post on the forum. I've been folowing for quite some time now and I am always eager to recieve constructive critic on my work so do not esitate to comment or give your impression, it will be much appreciated. Sharing my latest work, kind of "memory scape" on the city of Venice. One man crew. Shot on Dragon with Lovely LEICA-R Lenses, tripod, slider or hand-held. Thanks for watching :-) http://vimeo.com/129346620
  19. I've became really passionate with Cinema in the past 3 years, and before that I was already passionate about photography, for about 6/7 years now. And so I've decided that I'd like to experiment on this journey of filmmaking since it's something I quite enjoy doing and am currently studying. There's a lot of independet DSLR filmmakers now which is amazing. And so I've decided to buy a new camera! From my previous experience with photography, I'm more of a Canon fan since I first started with the classic Canon AE-1. I don't really have a big budget, but I'd like to invest in something that has quality and is worth the price, and that will be able to last me a couple of years until something greater comes along or I am able to afford a better one. Since I am between photography and filmmaking, I was looking for a camera with both. Or would it be better to just invest in a filmmaking camera? (I own a Canon 1000D for photography, but it doesn't capture video.) And if I do go for a DSLR with both photography and video, I thought about Canon 70D, since I can't afford a Canon 5D and I think it might be a little out of my league yet. So please, I'd appreciate some opinions if possible! :)
  20. 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
  21. Hello, I right now am a photography student, but I love cinematography. I have heard of many people who start off as photography and then move into cinematography or vice-versa. I was just wondering what you guys think is better. Do you think it is better to get a degree in photography or in cinematography. I have never really done any cinematography stuff but I want to do more in it. I can't decide if it is worth is to transfer majors or not. What do you think? Also if i do end up going with cinematography do you think i would still be able to do photography on the side? I am just lost and looking for a little advice. Please let me know what you think. Thanks!
  22. Hello! Here is my long overdue new reel as a cinematographer, "junior" DIT and colorist. I hope you'll enjoy it: www.guillaumecottin.com/reel Do not hesitate to comment, I would love to have feedback and constructive criticism from experienced people. For jobs / availability or any other question, please email me at: guillaume@guillaumecottin.com Thanks! :-) G.C.
  23. G'morning ladies and gents. Just wrapped up my cinematography reel from 2012, so feedback is most definitely welcome! https://vimeo.com/57107763
  24. https://vimeo.com/56763193 This was one of several scenes we shot for a comedy feature film where I was brought on as the Cinematographer. Unfortunately we weren’t able to finish the project, but I got the chance to work with a great AD in the process and meet a few good friends whom I still work with today. BOUNCE- Chicken Spot Scene ASSISTANT DIRECTOR- Edmar Flores DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY- Kahleem Poole-Tejada 1st AC- Robert Billings
  25. Hey everyone, So I have been working long and hard all summer to perfect my drone for capturing aerial video and here is some of the shots I have captured over the summer. The helicopter is capable of carrying around 6lb, and will carry a RED Epic or C300. The rotor on the helicopter is about 6 feet and the total weight is about 18lbs. Most of this video is actually just shot with a Panasonic X900m ($1000 prosumer camera) but I have found that is it incredible for this purpose. skyeyemedia.com Enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDFwB87IqEY Cheers, Chris
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