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This article is a continuation of the series “Visual Anatomy of a Scene”. See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. This post will conclude the series about the “One Click Away” project. I’ll discuss some creative visual illusions that we created “in camera” for the project. Although techniques involving green screen compositing are often the best solution to creating visual effects, I like to consider “in camera” effects whenever possible because they usually feel more organic and real. More »

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This article is a continuation of the series “Anatomy of a Scene.” See Part 1 and Part 2. In this post, I’ll discuss the use of some non-traditional lighting sources that we used for the “One Click Away” project. These low light level sources would require a very light sensitive camera.  First, I’ll discuss our choice of camera (Sony PMW-F3) overall. More »

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This article is a continuation of the series “Anatomy of a Scene.” See Part 1.  The purpose of this series is to help emerging filmmakers improve their craft by sharing techniques (how something was done) as well as presenting the creative rationale behind the choices (the “why”).  I’m not presenting my work as a model of artistic perfection and I don’t expect readers to agree with all of my choices.  My intention is to analyze a sample of work to encourage other filmmakers to explore their own creative process of interpreting a project visually. More »