On today's show, I address the new reality on commercial sets in a post-COVID world.
The film landscape has changed, and the new rules and restrictions have changed the way cameramen do their jobs. In this episode, I outline what has worked here in Australia and what to expect in your region when work resumes.
We have never done a solo episode like this before. If it works, please let me know.
If you are interested in commercial cinematography and want to get the most out of preproduction, this course is for you.
During the course, I will present a step-by-step action plan to access commercial production radars and raise the level of your projects by maximizing the prep time that is available to you.
Commercial Cinematography – The Foundation
On this week's Pztreon Podcast, we're continuing our Compare & Contrast series by looking at the old Pub Fight scenes.
Comes first Kingsman: The Secret Service shot by Grogory Richmond and then we compare this look with Legend shot by Dick Pope.
There's a lot to talk about and a lot to do. It was fun looking at these and stealing some ideas.
Battle scenes can be difficult to light up as you generally have to look in multiple directions on set and these two films approach them very differently.
To see the pictures and listen to the special Breakdown Podcast, click the link below:
The Greenscreen DP Patreon