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Working with large format cameras || Greig Fraser || Spotlight (Re-edit)

Working with large format cameras || Greig Fraser || Spotlight (Re-edit)

This week we welcome Greig Fraser to the channel. He talks to us about the difference between 35mm and 70mm. What is large format? How does it differ to smaller formats? What impact could this have on future cinematography?


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Panasonic S1 and S1R – Low Light and Exposure Recovery test

In this video, we cover Panasonic’s two new cameras the S1 and S1R going through some tests in the studio looking at High ISO or Low Light performance as well as exposure recovery testing both the HEVC h.265 codec of the S1 and the MP4 h.264 of the S1R. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by the ISO performance but the codecs are just not as robust as I would like to see. What are your thoughts?

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S1 Exposure Recovery: 2:13

S1R ISO Test: 4:08

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Working with Ken Loach || Barry Ackroyd

Working with Ken Loach || Barry Ackroyd

In this episode Barry talks to us about his experience working with director Ken Loach. He talks in depth about The Wind that Shake the Barley. Do Ken Loach films have consistent themes? How should you light with Ken Loach?


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Johnny Mnemonic – What’s the Difference?

Johnny Mnemonic - What's the Difference?

Johnny Mnemonic, Keanu Reeves’ second best character named John, may not be the high water mark of his career, but it’s a significant piece of sci-fi nonetheless. Cyberpunk pioneer William Gibson’s original short story about a data trafficker with a time bomb in his headset the stage for decades worth of movie tropes you know and love. So how does a Sci-Fi classic turn into a great piece of mid-90’s guilty pleasure cinema? It’s time to ask What’s the Difference?

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How to light a Boxing Gym – Cinematography Lighting Breakdown

More lighting breakdowns! This one from a recent shoot in a boxing gym for my buddies at New Sky Productions (http://bit.ly/2CqFKT1). I had a lot of fun working on this one moving away from the interview style of video hope you get something out of this and enjoy!

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Talking Cinematography: Stephen Lighthill ASC

In this episode of “ZEISS presents: Talking Cinematography” cinematographer Stephen Lighthill ASC talks about teaching students about equipment options in order to make informed decisions and the importance of exposure and a light meter.

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Utilising Natural Lighting & Long Takes || Ben Davis || Spotlight

Utilising Natural Lighting & Long Takes || Ben Davis || Spotlight

In this weeks episode Ben Davis talks to us about how to utilise natural lighting. How can you use the location to your advantage? How should one shots be used?


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