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Blood Orphan

I shot Behind the Scenes Photo + 2nd DP’d for a CalArts short film called “Blood Orphan”. 32 more words

Sara Celeste Martin

Book Review: Master Shots – Volume 1 & 2

Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions

Release Date: April 1, 2012

Christopher Kenworthy’s Master Shots: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie… 359 more words

Michael Wiese Productions

Book Review: The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography

Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions

Release Date: September 1, 2008

“I’ve known only one great cameraman: Gregg Toland, who photographed Citizen Kane.” -Orson Welles, 1967…

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Michael Wiese Productions

Falling in love with video

Two people. They meet and become friends. They fall in love and get engaged. They marry and share hearts, lives and names. Two people become one. 316 more words


Class Time.

I don’t think I have ever posted about my other subject. For those interested it’s cinematography (as well as image enhancement and data management). To be fair though it’s pretty difficult pulling my phone out when we are working for 2.5 – 3 hours straight and I have to help with lighting or focus pulling. 1,549 more words

Film Student

Youtube vs. Vimeo: Which Video Site Is Best for Business?

Which Video Site Is Best for Business?

If you’re interested in exposing your business or brand to a potentially huge audience, then you’ll want to have a presence on video-hosting websites like YouTube and Vimeo. 1,076 more words


From stills to motion: my experience

I could get used to this.

A few weeks ago, I made my little directorial debut in the form of a TV commercial for Nissan. Unusually for this industry, there was no agency involved; I developed the board with the client and we dealt directly. 1,620 more words