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#1 pascal Boyer

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 09:22 AM

Hi everybody ,
i'm trying to make my way as a cinematographer , my question is do you have any tips to give me in order to make better cinematography (when you don't have access to big production's sets) ? I watch a lot of movies and read books about it ,but i feel stuck right now and i need to go ahead . B)
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#2 Jonathan Bowerbank

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 04:49 PM

That's a broad question...but just referring to the examples you gave, I have one suggestion for that shot by the window, and it's something to take into count with all your shots.

Always consider where your main light source is going to be. The shot with the guy dead in the chair, it looks like it's daytime, but the majority of light falling on the actor is coming from the lamp. You might want to consider toning that lamp light down a bit and pumping more daylight into the room for a more "natural" look.

Very good stills though, I'd be interesting in seeing the films themselves for a more accurate appraisal ;)
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#3 pascal Boyer

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Posted 05 February 2007 - 05:36 AM

Thank you ! It was a cheap production without powerfuls hmi's . I'm happy you like the stills ,you can see the trailer at : http://www.myspace.com/yebor
or you give me your email and i try to send you the movie via "yousendit.com"
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#4 pascal Boyer

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Posted 09 February 2007 - 09:44 AM

Anyone else ? Don't be shy ! :P
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