Category: Cinematography

A Technical Practical Double Header On the Next Double Down Film Show

Posted by Anthony - November 3, 2009 - Cinematography, Double Down Film Show, Editing, Film School

On the next Double Down Film Show we have a double-header of filmmaking knowledge. First up is colorist, Eric Alvarado (Sex and the City, Fog of War, Tupac:Resurrection), who’s gonna walk us through the process of color-correction and discuss some of the many ways that a colorist can enhance the production value and visual story-telling [...]

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NPR Interview w/ The Coen Brothers’ DP, Roger Deakins

Posted by Anthony - October 29, 2009 - Cinematography

(Roger Deakins left w/ Joel Coen right – photo courtesy of Focus Features) Just wanted to share this enlightening interview I heard on NPR this afternoon w/ DP, Roger Deakins, who shot ALL of the Coen Brothers movies since Barton Fink as well as Shawshank Redemption and A Beautiful Mind amongst others. It’s always educational [...]

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Color Theory for Cinematographers

Posted by Anthony - June 18, 2009 - Cinematography

Alright, all you DPs out there–check this blog out if you wanna learn the importance of utilizing your color palette on film. A couple months back Isaac Botkin wrote an interesting blog examining the use of color as a “storytelling tool” onscreen. In “Color Theory for Cinematographers” Botkin provides an in-depth analysis of color in [...]

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