Our guest on the show this week is cinematographer Rafael Leyva. It was great to chat with Rafael and here his unique approach to the work, his love of film, and so much more.
I really enjoyed our conversation and hopefully we can have him back on again in the future to chat about more specific projects.
Be sure to check out his work below and give him a follow over on Instagram.
Friday this week is your final chance to enroll in Advanced Cinematography: Location Lighting.
The course is not going away but I am going to limit enrolment in the advanced series going forward and open it up only once or twice as year.
This course walks you through every aspect of cinematography in a typical commercial environment. I lay out what I do in prep, before the location scouts, during the location scouts, the tech scout process, the gear list, the crew, then we shot an entire ad from start to finish on a virtual set.
I go over schedules, the importance of sequencing, and so much more.
I titled this course Advanced because I didn’t water down the content to make it more approachable. This is the whole entire job. Everything I do from start to finish on every project I am a part of. Nothing is left to the imagination.
I created this course because this is exactly what I would have liked to have access to when I was starting my professional career. I think if you are in a position where your commercial career is just beginning than no content I have put out anywhere else comes close to the amount of information laid out in this course.
Enrollment closes on Friday May 5th.
If you are interested you can check out the course at the link below:
Advanced Cinematography: Location Lighting
Over on Patreon this week we are taking a look at Beef shot by Larkin Seiple. A Patreon supporter suggested the look and it did not disappoint.
Lots of great images and set ups in this one so I was excited to take a deeper look.
To watch the video click the link below:
The Greenscreen DP Podcast Patreon