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12 detailed Filmmaking tips for aspiring filmmakers who want to learn filmmaking online for free.

Three lighting setups from IDA, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, with cinematography by Lukasz Zal, PSC. [ cinematography - lighting - IDA ]

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8 New Images from SKYFALL, Plus Javier Bardem Talks About His Villain Character

SKYFALL Movie Images. New images from the new James Bond film Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, and Javier Bardem.

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Rear Window. Hitchcock. 1954.
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Rear Window. Hitchcock. 1954.

Why Skyfall is a masterclass in cinematography

Why Skyfall is a masterclass in cinematography

I recently had the chance to view the new James Bond film, Skyfall. And what a film it is. Spectacular performances, brilliant direction and a chilling villain. But my highest praise is reserved fo…

GLOURIOUS BASTERDS ( a breakdown of the first chapter
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Matthew Scott Cinematography Blog

After the overwhelming response I got from my previous cinematography breakdown (see the Prisoners breakdown HERE ) I've decided to dedicate another week of my life to creating a new one. It's really nice to know that people appreciate what I share here at the blog! When I sta

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Cinematography Tips For Horror Filmmakers: Use Haze
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Cinematography Tips For Horror Filmmakers

The Horror genre calls for some unique lighting techniques. These cinematography tips will make just about any horror film more stylized and effective.

Cinematographer Roger Deakins breaks down his lighting of several scenes in SICARIO.
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5 Techniques That Create Depth & Make Your Cinematography More Dynamic

Tutorial on Cinematography - 5 tricks to add depth to your shots

The Cinematographer's best kept secretsDirector/Cinematographer Matthew Rosen explains the tricks of the trade.For more films, please subscribe on this chann...

Cinematographer Roger Deakins Shares 25 Pieces of Juicy Filmmaking Knowledge | The Black and Blue
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25 Pieces of Juicy Filmmaking Knowledge from Cinematographer Roger Deakins | The Black and Blue

Roger Deakins is a living legend. He's one of my favorite cinematographers and for a good reason: his talents are undeniable, his philosophy level-headed, and his contribution to film significant. So when he talks (or types), I listen. As should you.

Book Lighting Technique: Creating the Softest Light Possible

Book Light on a Model by Shane Hurlbut, ASC

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natalia-vodianova-sean-diddy-combs-vogue february 2010-by annie leibovitz

9 Cinematography Tips for Directors with No Space & No Budget
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Cinematography For Directors [Ep 6 - F*ing With Physics]

Cinematography For Directors is series of short videos dissecting the shot selection and framing used in nine specific scenes in the movie Drinking Games. HU...

How to Make Compelling Lighting Decisions that Support Your Story
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How to Make Compelling Lighting Decisions that Support Your Story

It's something that aspiring cinematographers hear all the time: "Make sure your lighting supports the story you're trying to tell." But how the hell do you actually accomplish that?