Advice for aspiring Cinematographer (1 reply and 1 comment)
Hello Mr. Deakins,
Thank you for providing this incredible platform and for sharing your vast knowledge to us all. I and my 7 brothers run a small film company in Rhode Island, and in the last few years, have written/produced a feature-length comedy and short film.
I myself am an aspiring cinematographer and would be very grateful if you'd be willing to offer some advice/critiques on my own cinematography. I've attached some screengrabs of some of my work, I hope you are able to take a quick look.
Thank you again for being an inspiration and for your unparallel contribution to the art of Filmmaking.
Photos are great and are lit well but unfortunately do not mean much as they are. They all seem to be action shots of a sorts as though that’s all that is required to make a movie, as you know there are other elements involved so it would be nice to see a clip of one of them to see how you frame and light a moving image.
Nice images but they need to move for forum members to make a judgement. Not actually sure if you need feedback as photos seem to indicate that a production company has already been commissioned and that includes a DP.