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Tutorial on Cinematography - How Cinematographers Read Vector Scopes

Tutorial on Cinematography – How Cinematographers Read Vector Scopes

Director/Cinematographer Matthew Rosen demonstrates how Cinematographers read vector scopes.


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Light Meters: An Intro To The Light Meter


Due to digital cameras becoming increasingly more advanced, many beginning cinematographers, including myself at one point, believe that light meters are no longer necessary in order to capture well-exposed, cinematic images. 1,699 more words


A Year Ago Today, I Took A Chance On My Dreams

Exactly 1 year ago today I decided it was time to get back to my dreams of being a writer. I spent 15 years working as a photographer to pay the bills but deep down, I always wanted to get back to being a writer. 658 more words


The Split Man: An Analysis on The Master

When you’re a director such as Paul Thomas Anderson, you have a track record that is so good that any of your films can be considered the greatest. 1,165 more words


Why the hell is Cloverfield considered as an Horror movie?

10 Cloverfield Lane (USA, 2016) – Don’t get mad too early. Here we’re talking about the somewhat-sequel of the famous found footage called Cloverfield (not that bad though, despite it’s shot in the overrated found footage style), a sequel that’s completely different from the first of the franchise. 256 more words


The Shallows (Review)

If you want to watch a movie which not only gives you on the edge of seat thrill but also sends out a very strong thought provoking message at the same time then “The Shallows” is the one you will fall in love with. 436 more words