Mixing lights of various color temperatures is a great and inexpensive way to up your cinematography game. Every light source, whether natural or artificial, contains color, and depending on your white balance that color can reveal itself. A good cinematographer will use those colors as subtle emotional and narrative cues to drive their story — and so should you.
How do you react when you are asked to do something you don’t like? It can indeed be a huge obstacle to overcome, but what if it is your job? Say you are a director and it is your job to direct a script you truly don’t like — what can you do to make your task more enjoyable
In a world of distractions and snap judgements, engaging viewers as soon as they click on the video link is of utmost importance. Here’s a few tips on how to effectively captivate your audience in the first few frames.
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There are a lot of movies that I like, and over the years, there have been a lot of movies that I’ve liked for a while and then outgrown. But one that still holds up after all these years is Steven Spielberg’s 1976 masterpiece, “JAWS” — the story of a giant killer shark ravaging a small New England town and how three very different men band together to stop it