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I Am Not Philip Bloom

In the spring of 2010, a fellow video producer turned me on to this British filmmaker named Philip Bloom and his groundbreaking work with DSLRs. I soon read everything on… 943 more words

Filmmaking

The Wonder List

I just finished watching the episode of this thanks to the suggestion of the amazing Philip Bloom who was the cinematographer on this series. Following Bill Weir around to several hidden locations to capture the beauty before they are lost to modernisation, this series really captures some beautiful scenery. 30 more words

Inspiration

Reflection 2 – ‘P2P research process’ - Assessment Post Due by February 27th

First hand research of Jeffery Packe’s life was collected from primary interviews that gave insight into his experiences and ‘narrative’. The juxtaposition of his life as a soldier with that as a magician encouraged us to develop these aspects in our documentary. 155 more words

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People to People – Testing Light

In our short documentary we want to use dramatic lighting to create a performance like visual style. In order to successfully pull off these close up portrait shots it was necessary to gain experience of the lighting set up; this was done through a practice shoot. 213 more words

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Behind the scene details of The Wonder List

Philip Bloom, the director of photography for Bill Weir’s original series, The Wonder List, wrote about the filmmaking process of the show:

Principle photography for the 1st series of CNN’s “The Wonder List” has just wrapped.

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My Top 10 Absurd Predictions of 2015

Feature image © Dave Dugdale. CC BY-SA 2.0.

Last week I gave my top 5 bold predictions of 2015 for the world of professional filmmaking and photography. 503 more words

Film & Video

The Brand - Philip Bloom

How a Media Professional Brands Them Self – Philip Bloom

In order to gain a better understanding of how to successfully brand myself I shall examine ways in which other media practitioners present themselves. 201 more words

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