We sat down with Matt Porwoll, one of the cinematographers behind The Trade to discuss making films about sensitive issues and working with Matt Heineman.
Considering a wireless video feed for your next project? Find out how to maximize this tool on set with this brief guide.
Still lenses can be great pieces of filmmaking equipment. But are they preventing you from making the best film possible?
Every cinematographer should know how to get the most out of locations and sets. Let’s take a look at some ways to elevate any shoot.
In which we take a look at what makes these particular ARRI lenses ideal for any cinematographer and any type of content.
Bounced light can soften your lighting without the use of diffusion materials, flags, or extra stands. Take a look at how it’s done.
Considering a signature look for your next project? Let’s take a look at why the perfect set of vintage cinema lenses may be just the thing you …
Knowing when to reduce light on set is just as important as knowing how to set it up. Let’s take a look at smart ways to shape …
Cooke lenses offer one of the most distinctive looks for filmmakers. So what is the “Cooke look,” and what does it mean for you?
High key and low key lighting can create drastic differences in the final look of your film. Let’s take a look at which is best for your …
Learning how to shape light is one of the best skills that you can develop as a cinematographer. Find out how with the Inverse Square Law.