In the beginning of every cinematographer’s journey, the camera is idolized. “If only I had this camera, my work would be infinitely better.” “This camera has the best dynamic range, […]
Pre Note These images were shot on an Arri Alexa Classic with Nikon Nikkor-S photography lenses; in this case, I used a 35mm f2.8 lens. The images were very lightly […]
SET: A Brief Introduction To Lighting It’s your first year of film school, or it’s your first time being introduced to lighting. You learn that there’s this method called three-point […]
After months of hard work in post, I now present S.W.
Filmed in 2016, this is piece about a woman who is struggling to come to terms with her identity. Enjoy.
Dear Ladies and Gents, I present my newest short “Floating.” It makes no sense, and I’m proud of it.
Intro Have you ever noticed that a film you watched in theaters doesn’t look the same on your television while watching cable? If not, watch a few films, and you’ll […]
Intro: REDCINE-X PRO When it comes to being a RED owner, REDCINE-X PRO is very important tool. This software, specifically designed to be used with R3Ds, is an extremely powerful […]
Intro Due to digital cameras becoming increasingly more advanced, many beginning cinematographers, including myself at one point, believe that light meters are no longer necessary in order to capture well-exposed, cinematic images. With […]
Introduction What is a color space? Why do I need to know it? How do color spaces tie into my understanding of cinematography as a film student? These are hopefully […]