On the show today we are chatting with cinematographer Sion Michel ACS about his latest work on the feature film The Old Way.
Sion has a wealth of experience in the industry and in this episode he shares some of the wisdom he has picked up along the way, how he deals with productions, and why he enjoys his job as much as he does.
It was a great conversation and be sure to check out his website below to see more of his work.
A Cinematography System: The Next Chapter
I finally managed to finish my latest content around the blocking and framing system this week and the course will officially launch next week.
I am very excited about this next chapter in the BODVO system as this course specifically covers the most common scenario that every cinematographer will face on a daily basis. The process of creating these courses forces me to drill down and filter out my process to what works and what doesn't and this project really opned my eyes to how often I am using the tools and techniques I lay out.
Every decision in cinematography has consequences and the more we can know about what those consequences are and how the effectr the final image the better off we are to be able to guide the project to it's best end.
Be sure to check back next here to see the launch of this latest course.
Until then if you are interested in seeing the first chapter of my approach to cinematography I highly suggest you check out:
PatreonPodcast - Room Tone
The Patreon Podcast last week on fixing the age old problem of a scene that looks fake was very well received so we will definitely be doing more of those in the future.
This week we are back to our narrative breakdowns as we take an extended look at the cinematography of the new Netflix series Wednesday.
This story was ripe for compelling visuals and the team on it didn't disappoint.
To watch the complete breakdown click the link below: