The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #240 – Sebastian Thaler
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In today's show we talk to the cameraman Sebastian Thaler about his work on the film 7500.

The film is unique in many ways and Sebastian talks about his approach, dealing with the challenges and working with a director with a very unique style.

Enjoy!

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Over on the Compare & Contrast podcast for the Patreon group, we're watching a show that changed the way car scenes are shot.

True detective was a breakthrough for cinematography. It was lit in a certain way, shot in a certain way, and the cameramen's way of working was influenced overnight.

For this week's episode, we'll look at the auto work as the show progressed over the years, and we'll break down why it had such an impact and how we can use the techniques in our own work for the future.

To see the pictures and listen to the special podcast, click the link below:

The Greenscreen DP Patreon

Personal website: Sebastian Thaler

Instagram: @sebastianthaler_dp

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