I discovered this site a week ago and have been on it every day for at least a couple hours gaining knowledge. I found my calling within the last year to be a cinematographer. I think this site is great, and seems like a great community of members.
Here is one pic from "Mysterious Way". I was the DP on the film. We shot with the Panasonic HVX200 w/ mini-35 adapter and a set of Zeiss super speed primes(18,25,35,50,85). We had a 1 ton grip truck with Arri tungsten and kino flo. We shot at a train station and a underground tunnel. I will post more set pics and actual stills from the footage soon.
In this pic below, i used an Arri 2K for the back light. This was mainly used to pick up the train track, which is just left of the actor, and add some depth. I used a 4 ft. 4 bank kino for the key to the right of the actor, and then filled with a 2 ft. 4 bank kino.
Edited by Josh Pickering, 30 May 2007 - 08:03 AM.