Drum roll please...
The winner of this year's Andre Sofhob award is...Tim Pfaustch!
A round of applause for the whole group of nominees and a big congratulations for Tim for taking home the ward and keeping it in the Tim family after Tim Thompson's win last year.
It is always fun to celebrate people from the community and Tim's work has excelled so much over the last 12 months that he definitely deserved the recognition. In this episode we hear Tim's story and learn what he is doing to take his work to the next level.
I don't normally ask you to share the show but this week it would be great if we could get the word out as far and wide as possible. Thanks in advance and enjoy!
Advanced Cinematography: Location Lighting
I told you a new course was coming and it's finally here.
It has been awesome hearing feedback from everyone that has already sped through the content and I am excited it has been as well received as it has.
In the new course I introduce my method for approaching cinematography from the most basic level and lay out each decision along the way. When I think about the work I break every possible scenario into one of 5 buckets and go from there.
Doing so allows me to focus more time on what I can do and less on what is not as effective. In this latest course we go over one of these 5 scenarios and I explain how I use a system to allow me to deliver the best results.
If you are interested in seeing the evolution of my approach to cinematography I highly suggest you check it out:
Patreon Breakdown - Dune
It was bound to happen one week and that week is finally upon us. We are taking a close look at Dune shot by Greig Fraser ASC.
Not much need for an introduction on this film or the camera work but if you want to see cinematography at the highest level definitely check out this week's breakdown over on Patreon.
To watch the video click the link below: