Today on the show we sit down with cinematographer Elliott Nieves for a chat about coming up in the industry, trying to break in to commercial work, plus we go over a job that we worked on together.
We haven't had someone on the show (unless you count the Wunderboi's handful of appearances) that has actually been in the wild on a job with yours truly.
Elliott changes that in this episode.
Make sure you give him a follow on Instagram and check out his some of his latest work on his website below.
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Spot #1 - The Bedroom
This wide was the final shot of the spot we were doing on this day. A big ride on crane number and we needed to see 270 degrees for the shot to work.
Spot #2 - The Living Space
This was the first shot of the day and needed to be directionally cheated for schedule purposes.