Our guest on the show this week is cinematographer Eric Steelberg ASC and he is here to tell us all about his latest work on Ahsoka for Disney+.
I don’t think we have had a Star Wars based episode yet and this one certainly didn’t disappoint. Eric lays out in great detail all of the technology they are using to bring this beautiful show to life and he also shares what it means for cinematography in the future.
I really enjoyed the conversation and I strongly encourage you to check out Eric’s work on the show and all his past projects.
This is the final chance to grab a spot inside the Advanced Cinematography course entitled On Set Training.
Course Link – Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training
The enrolment for the course will close down next week.
For the next 7 days you can use the following coupon code to save $50 of the normal price:
This course is a comprehensive look at everything a commercial cinematographer has to do throughout a typical production cycle.
We start at the pre-production meetings where I walk through what I look for, signs that things are going well or not, I lay out what I like to have done at what time in the process to make sure I am on top of everything from storyboards to finding crew, and then finally we make our way on to the virtual set to light and shoot the entire ad.
I am super proud of the content in this course and there is not another resource like this available. It is more valuable then sitting next to me on an actual job and observing all the steps and tasks because I can actually take my time and explain every little decision.
Once you understand why the decisions are being made then you can start to shape your own approach.
If you are making the jump to larger sets or larger projects and you want to know what is expected and at the same time learn the prescription for being able to effectively wield the tool of the Framework then this course is not to be missed.
If you want to learn more about the course check it out here:
Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training
I missed a few of the past Wes Anderson films and haven’t done a breakdown on one of them for a fair chunk of time now so I thought it would be nice to jump into his unique world.
THis week on the Patreon Film Breakdown we are taking an extended look at The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar.
This certainly wasn’t what I was expecting and we go over exactly why that is in the breakdown. Some lovely choices mixed in with some very interesting ones. I would expect nothing less.
If you want to check out the video clink the link below:
The Greenscreen DP Podcast Patreon
Website: Eric Steelberg ASC