I write in more detail about my experiences on this film HERE if you're interested :) As for the lighting plan, the one immediately below shows what I was planning before I had seen the set...and then the detailed one below that is actually how I lit it. Most of the shots for this scene
I know it's been a while...a damn long while...but hey, sometime's life is just fucked and you run out of steam, have nothing left to give and feel like disappearing for a while. No? Well...with that said, I feel like I've at least found some direction again and have some motivation for the first ti
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) Directed by: Andrew Dominik Cinematography: Roger Deakins ASC, BSC Cameras & Lenses: Arricam LT / Arriflex 535B, Cooke S4, Arri Macro,...
Every now and then I like push myself and try something new when it comes to lighting (as if I'm not under enough pressure on set as it is hehe). As I clinically watch and dissect other people's films (ruining the enjoyment of actually WATCHING the movie), I get inspired to try and re-create certain