Hey gang we are back at it this week with another great show. Our guest on the podcast is cinematographer Catherine Goldschmidt and her latest work is out now on Quibi.
Catherine talks about shooting Dummy and having to tackle a brand new set of challenges framing for both landscape and portrait modes at the same time. Lots of fun stuff in this one and I think all of the issues that Catherine had to figure out will soon (if they have't already) be coming to a set near you.
Be sure to check out Catherine's website to see more of her great work and give her a follow over on instagram.
Commercial Cinematography: The Foundation Course
If you are interested in Commercial Cinematography and getting the most out of Pre-Production than this course is for you.
In the course I lay out a step by step plan of action to get on commercial production radars and raise the level of your projects by maximising the prep time you have at your disposal.
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Patreon Podcast - I Think We Could Do That
This week on the Feature Film Breakdown we go over a film that I spent a good month looking at. I Think We're Alone Now shot by Reed Morano ASC was a huge movie for the team I shot the feature with last year.
We embraced a number of different ideas and technique from this film and referenced it quite a bit whilst shooting.
In this week's breakdown I talk about what we did in pre when it came to specifics and how we applied some of the ideas on the actual shoot.
To see the images and listen to the special breakdown podcast click the link below:
Featured Guest - Cinematographer Catherine Goldschmidt