How I shot, lit and graded the pool table shot from a recent fashion film.
A comprehensive analysis of the tavern scene in Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West.
I show you how Mani Ratnam used camera angles and blocking to define and explain the friendship and rivalry between two friends in India’s finest feature film, Iruvar.
15 Essential Camera Shots, Angles and Movements – the easy way to put shots together for filmmakers.
Coming up with creative new camera shots isn’t always easy. Once you’ve mastered the basics — wide shots, medium shots, close-ups — you may start to fall back on the same old camera angles. It may seem like the more advanced shots you see in the movies are only suitable for projects with a big […]
How do lenses contribute to storytelling, camera angles and movement?
An analysis of the “finger gun” scene from Gran Torino.
Here are the 5 most powerful elements of cinematography that you should incorporate in all of your projects.
I show you how Ridley Scott sets up the three dining area scenes – two at the beginning, and the third at a major plot point.
How does Steven Spielberg get such visually rich frames? Maybe it’s because he uses the “L System”.