It's time for another round of our Q + A series here in the podcast.
I do my best to reach as many of them as possible via email, comments, or Discord for the Patreon group, but there are always some issues that require a little more love than others.
In this episode, we'll look at on-set practices, the director-DP relationship, a faux pas with juice, and more.
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Commercial Cinematography – The Foundation
For the Compare / Contrast series this week, we're looking at large interiors with lots of people, lots of angles, and lots of coverage. We look at hearings and how two cameramen have addressed the problems that these scenes cause.
The first film is flight shot by Don Burgess ASC and The Irishman shot by Rodrigo Prieto ASC.
Both beautifully done, but approached very differently. In this case there is a lot to learn.
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