Hello podcast people!
This week on the show we are chatting with John Matysiak the cinematographer behind the film Old Henry.
We chat about John's experience in prep, sourcing creative inspiration, managing crew, and the freedom of ditching the plan during a shoot.
I really enjoyed hearing about the process behind the film and I think if you are looking for insights into how it was achieved you won't be disappointed.
Advanced Cinematography: Location Lighting
The latest course is now live.
Follow along from the prep to all of the on set lighting inside a virtual world. Using the latest pre-viz technology you can come on set and look through the camera as we light and shoot a tvc from start to finish.
This style of cinematography education is the future of where it is all going and I am very proud of the material. If you have ever been interested to see the Framework in action this is the perfect opportunity.
The course is designed to show you every decision I make along the way, when I make them, and lays out why I operate that way. It may not be the best way but it has worked for me.
If you are interested in seeing the Framework in action I highly suggest you check it out:
Patreon Breakdown - See
Over on the Patreon Breakdown this week we are looking at an episode from the series See.
Daytime exterior scenes that are shot over a period of days are a DPs worst nightmare and it doesn't get any easier the bigger the budget. We look at what you can do with overheads and a little bit of a grade.
To watch the video click the link below: