The Five C’s of Cinematography

There are many great books on filmmaking. From those interviewing legendary directors about their craft to the ones sharing DIY tips and tricks all the way to the books covering complex technical aspects like grading or movement. I’ll write about my favorite books in a later post, but today I’d like to mention one particular […]

Actions Speak Louder: Storytelling with Camera Movement, Part 1

Photographic composition and acute sensibilities to the corners of the frame are a major part of the moving image art form. Films are comprised aesthetically of a moving proscenium of the camera plane. The film’s frame is comparable to a painter’s canvas, or the space of a stage. But a major element of cinematic storytelling […]