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#1 Josef Heks

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Posted 02 April 2010 - 04:46 AM

Just saw this film, photographed by Tetsuo Nagata. While I didnt think much of the film, I thought it looked great, quite unlike any feature Iv seen.

A very broad question, but how do you think Tetsuo has approached lighting in this film? It has a very distinct visual quality and I wonder if the more experienced of you are able to pick up what techniques and perhaps even tools he has used as a framework for lighting the film in this distinct way. Obviously every shot is different but overall the film is lit (and graded) in a very distinct style, I noticed particularly the way he lights faces.


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