Hello podcast people!
I've been actively putting off talking about camera movement for a while now, but the day has come when things need to change.
From my point of view of cinematography, camera movement seems to be less universally applicable and therefore more difficult to roughly discuss. As I was breaking it all down, I figured the best way to have more discussion about camera movement is to get everyone on the same page from the start.
That was the plan until I got on the record and got carried away talking about a very important part of the industry.
Advertising is a business. Very tough business, and making sure you can play the long game means staying on the ball for an extended period of time.
Hopefully, between my nonsensical swear words about fear, you can see where I'm from, and it might help you identify my nature to make sure I can stay quite a while in the future.
At the Patreon Breakdown this week we're going to watch an Australian movie The drought, shot by a former guest on the show Stefan Duscio ASC.
This film brought back some memories of working in small Australian towns and it was nice to take a deeper look at the coverage to see some of the techniques used to move an audience from one scene to another.
If you have any suggestions on what movies we should watch next, please feel free to reach out to me via Discord or Patreon.
To watch the video, click the link below:
The wandering DP patreon