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  • in reply to: Thoughts on a short film I made? (one minute) #215574
    bardanmcguire
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      Thanks for the kind words and encouragement guys. Much appreciated. 🙂

      in reply to: Films that light and compose faces very well #215453
      bardanmcguire
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        I remember reading an interview with either Elem Klimov or Aleksey Rodionov on the cinematography of come and see. I’m fairly sure it was mentioned that there were only one or two lights used on the films but yes it was nearly all shot with natural light.

        in reply to: Films that light and compose faces very well #215452
        bardanmcguire
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          Sorry, I wasn’t being clear.

          I meant films that Roger Deakins admires that he didn’t work on.

          Come and see is such a beautiful film. I don’t mean the subject matter but the visuals of course.

          in reply to: Desert Chase at Dawn scene in No Country for Old Men #215420
          bardanmcguire
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            Hi David! I’m just wondering do you just have vast libraries of screenshots from movies that you like?

            It just seems like that to me from the screenshots you share from films on this forum and your brilliant posts on Instagram!

            I’ve actually been going through a lot of movies over the past few years and either screenshotting specific scenes I want to analyse or just every shot in the entire movie and then just going through the whole thing to best understand each shots relation to one another and of course composition, lighting etc. Shot deck just isn’t specific enough for me. I find it very helpful for developing my own ideas.

            in reply to: Practicing Cinematography #209158
            bardanmcguire
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              Thanks a million Roger! I really appreciate your reply!

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