Hello everybody and welcome back for another episode of the podcast.
This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Denson Baker ACS NZCS about his career path into becoming a cinematographer, his latest work on set, and so much more.
Lots of great content packed in this episode and it was a real pleasure to sit down and talk with Denson. Definitely check out the links below to see some of the projects we discuss throughout the episode.
Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training
It is finally here!!
I have been waiting for the technology to catch up and allow us to take this show on the road. Seeing the visuals broken down after the fact has been great but building the shots from the ground up is a completely new experience and that is why I am so excited about this new course.
See a project from start to finish and come on set to watch and listen as the shots are built, schedules are constructed, and problems overcome.
I am very proud of the course and it is without a doubt the best, most concise way to learn about my approach to cinematography and to see exactly how I do my job on and off set.
If you are interested in seeing the Framework in action I highly suggest you check it out:
What is the Framework? - Video Series
If you are new to the podcast and want to learn more about the framework and what the basics are please click the link below and get access to a six part video series breaking down what I think are the key principles.
Patreon Breakdown - The Goldfinch
This week over on the Patreon Video Breakdowns we go back top the Framework well by taking an extensive look at Rogers Deakins work on The Goldfinch.
I really enjoy looking at film's like this one as there is no VFX fluff or fancy camera tricks to hide behind for the cinematographer. I think this film is a great distillation of how Roger works and hopefully by examining his choices we can get a better understanding of how to leverage our own decision making on set to come up[ with images we are happy with.
To watch the video click the link below: