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Establishing a good working partnership with your cinematographer can go a long way in making sure the shooting experience is successful. Having all of the sophisticated editing equipment in the world won’t save you if the image is not there in the first place.
In-text: (Perry, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Perry, C. (2016). The Art of Collaboration: The Importance of the Director/Cinematographer Relationship. [online] Film Slate is a resource for tips on screenwriting and the appreciation of film and television storytelling. Available at: http://www.filmslatemagazine.com/the-art-of-collaboration-the-importance-of-the-directorcinematographer-relationship/ [Accessed 15 Dec. 2017].
DuVernay : I’m so excited when I see your images as a cinematographer. Because I know inherent in that image, there is an idea becoming a part of someone’s mental canvas... You’re telling your own story within the image that’s sometimes not even attached to the narrative that it’s inside of. Young: As your director of photography, I’m supposed to manage expectations. You say to me, “I want the film to feel this way visually,” and then I have to go pull all these people together to determine how we’re going to make your wishes come true.
In-text: (DuVernay and Young, 2015)
Your Bibliography: DuVernay, A. and Young, B. (2015). Black Lives, Silver Screen: Ava DuVernay and Bradford Young in Conversation. [online] Aperture Foundation NY. Available at: https://aperture.org/blog/aperture-magazine-blog/black-lives-silver-screen-ava-duvernay-bradford-young-conversation/ [Accessed 17 Dec. 2017].
In-text: (Mississippi Damned, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Mississippi Damned. (2009). [film] Directed by T. Mabry. United States: Morgan;s Mark.
In-text: (My Mic Sounds Nice: The Truth About Women in Hip Hop, 2010)
Your Bibliography: My Mic Sounds Nice: The Truth About Women in Hip Hop. (2010). [film] Directed by A. DeVernay. USA: BET.
In-text: (Pariah, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Pariah. (2011). [film] Directed by D. Rees. USA: Focus Features.
In-text: (Middle of Nowhere, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Middle of Nowhere. (2012). [film] Directed by A. DuVernay. USA: AFFRM.
In-text: (The Door, 2013)
Your Bibliography: The Door. (2013). [film] Directed by A. DuVernay. USA, Italy: Miu Miu.
In-text: (Selma, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Selma. (2014). [film] Directed by A. DuVernay. USA, UK: Pathè, Haro Films, Plan B Entertainment, Cloud Eight Films, Redgill Selma Productions, Ingenious Media.
In narrative filmmaking, a key concept of camera movement is that it must be motivated. The movement should not just be for the sake of moving the camera; doing so means that the director is suffering from a lack of storytelling skills. “it can smoothly move the camera in places where a dolly would be impractical or difficult such as stairs, rough grounds, slopes and sand.”
In-text: (Brown, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Brown, B. (2002). Cinematography. Amsterdam: Focal Press, pp.62, 76.
In-text: (Bound for Glory, 1976)
Your Bibliography: Bound for Glory. (1976). [film] Directed by H. Ashby. USA: United Artists.
that mounts a stabilized camera on a person to allow for free-reign movement of the operator to get clear, non-shaky shots
In-text: (Tustin, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Tustin, K. (2013). History of Steadicam | Tiffen. [online] Tiffen.com. Available at: https://tiffen.com/steadicam/history-of-steadicam/ [Accessed 20 Dec. 2017].
"When you’re slowing down your footage by shooting high frame rate, you need to consider the required increase in exposure. Shooting at high frame rates requires substantial lighting levels. As the number of frame per seconds doubles, the amount of light required to achieve the same exposure also doubles." "HMI lighting that uses electronic ballasts will not flicker"
In-text: (Love High Speed, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Love High Speed. (2016). Lighting For High Speed - Love High Speed. [online] Available at: http://www.lovehighspeed.com/lighting-for-high-speed/ [Accessed 20 Dec. 2017].
"Usually shutter angles are linked to the film frame rate of 24p and how much light hits the frame as it passes through the gate behind the rotary blade shutter, 24 frames per second." "By halving the exposure time to 1/48 (a faster shutter speed and a narrower shutter angle) results in the shutter being open for half the time one frame is present for at 24fps. This is known as a 180 degrees shutter angle. (It is not about coverage of the frame, rather exposure timing)."
In-text: (Reid, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Reid, A. (2012). Blackmagic Cinema Camera shutter angles explained - EOSHD. [online] EOSHD. Available at: https://www.eoshd.com/2012/07/blackmagic-cinema-camera-shutter-angles-explained/ [Accessed 20 Dec. 2017].
"The S60 also has been tested up to 2400 fps, using a 180º shutter at 1000 ASA F2.0, and was found to be flicker-free with solid exposure on skin tones."
In-text: (Matlosz, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Matlosz, J. (2016). At A Glance: A Real Lighting Game Changer - HD Video Pro. [online] HD Video Pro. Available at: https://www.hdvideopro.com/gear/lighting/at-a-glance-a-real-lighting-game-changer/ [Accessed 23 Dec. 2017].
In-text: (YouTube, 2016)
Your Bibliography: YouTube (2016). “Find Me” - Szjerdene | Mariel Madrid choreography | Preface 10 of 15. [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnoNLz27WBk&t=54s [Accessed 29 Sep. 2017].
In-text: (A Ghost Story, 2017)
Your Bibliography: A Ghost Story. (2017). [film] Directed by D. Lowery. USA: A24.
In-text: (YouTube, 2016)
Your Bibliography: YouTube (2016). MAJOR. - Why I Love You. [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqiVMKJxWK0 [Accessed 29 Sep. 2017].
In-text: (YouTube, 2013)
Your Bibliography: YouTube (2013). Calvin Harris - I Need Your Love ft. Ellie Goulding. [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtKZKl7Bgu0 [Accessed 16 Sep. 2017].
In-text: (YouTube, 2016)
Your Bibliography: YouTube (2016). Sabrina Claudio - Orion's Belt (Official Video). [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC-iYZL0lkI [Accessed 27 Sep. 2017].
In-text: (Youtube, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Youtube (2015). Jamie Lawson - Wasn't Expecting That [Official Video]. [video] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-lI_tgQMMk [Accessed 4 Oct. 2017].
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