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  1. Hey there everyone! I am a colombian film student and wannabe cinematographer and I am looking for some advise for an upcoming short film me and some classmates are preparing. So I am going to be the DP for this short and in terms of lightning I am looking to have an aesthetic close to the images I attached below for the interior daylight scenes. Logic tells me that to achieve this I should have some strong key lights motivated from the windows on the characters and expose to those bright areas of the face, so everything else will be darker to achieve that high contrast ratio. We´ll probably have like 2 or 3 arri 1000 and maybe like 6 arri 650, it really depends on what the faculty will have available at the time and the budget that production will give us (which will be very, very low). So really I want to have a realistic view of our lightning capabilities with such few lights, can I achieve this look with the lights that are available? If so, what tips can you guys give me to achieve it on an extremely low budget? One of our likely sets is a house with really big windows, so one of the strategies I came up with is partially blocking some windows to control and limit the entrance of light (because it may be too much and spreading everywhere). Am I thinking about this the right way or am I completely off? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi! Im an aspiring cinematographer with a tiny body of work, if anyone has time Id be happy to hear some feedback. All work was done with Canon 5D mkIII and Magic Lantern RAW recording mode. Thanks! Here's my portfolio: https://www.behance.net/bpawlow
  3. Hello, my name is Ryan O’Rourke. Full disclosure, this job I would like to create with some of you may not yield income..but rather fun and experience. I am looking for 3-4 people who are interested in creating quality film and hopefully building an interesting brand. I have started a project called Sixty Second Journeys where we interview different people and try to capture an interesting thought, message, or story. The goal is to create something thought-provoking, relatable and digestible. Each interview will be a total of sixty seconds long to remain digestible and leave room for thought. Here are two examples. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SunUN-xMans&list=PL3n-ZkL0NiCIb1Q8hhaNFRcz7dvi5CPx3 http://youtu.be/FrePjJzeaRA We want it to be similar to the page “Humans Of New York”… but in a video format. In the end I would like to have a team of 4-5 people. I don’t want this to become a stressful thing for everyone and with a team of 5 we could all individually aim to create one video a month. This would mean together we could create 5 videos a month and we could post one video a week to youtube. Why do this? You will be able to network with other cinematographers like yourself and learn together. It’s great practice filming and editing. These films are great for a portfolio IF WE CAN BUILD THIS INTO SOMETHING SUCSESSFUL this list will grow exponentially. If you would like to join the team send me an email here rugglesfacebook@hotmail.ca (not very professional, I know Haha) Hopefully we can build this into something interesting together!
  4. Hello, my name is Ryan O’Rourke. I am looking for 3-4 people who are interested in creating quality film and hopefully building an interesting brand. I have started a project called Sixty Second Journeys where we interview different people and try to capture an interesting thought, message, or story. The goal is to create something thought-provoking, relatable and digestible. Each interview will be a total of sixty seconds long to remain digestible and leave room for thought. Here are two examples. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SunUN-xMans&list=PL3n-ZkL0NiCIb1Q8hhaNFRcz7dvi5CPx3 http://youtu.be/FrePjJzeaRA We want it to be similar to the page “Humans Of New York”… but in a video format. In the end I would like to have a team of 4-5 people. I don’t want this to become a stressful thing for everyone and with a team of 5 we could all individually aim to create one video a month. This would mean together we could create 5 videos a month and we could post one video a week to youtube. Why do this? You will be able to network with other cinematographers like yourself and learn together. It’s great practice filming and editing. These films are great for a portfolio IF WE CAN BUILD THIS INTO SOMETHING SUCSESSFUL this list will grow exponentially. If you would like to join the team send me an email here rugglesfacebook@hotmail.ca (not very professional, I know Haha) Hopefully we can build this into something interesting together!
  5. 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
  6. 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
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