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Cinematography AgentLast year, I shared an interview with one of the most prolific commercial and music video DP’s in the country, Matthias Koenigswieser. A good portion of that article was centered around the importance of cinematographers finding representation, as well as some best practices for young cinematographers looking to land an agent. Representation is definitely a tremendously important subject for folks who are looking to make a sustainable living as a DP, but there are so many important questions to consider. Luckily, our friends over at Cinefii tracked down two of LA’s premier cinematographic agents and got them to spill the beans on things that up and coming cinematographers need to know about representation. More »

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Cinefii BSDWe’ve talked about Cinefii’s bite-sized dailies a couple of times before. For those who are unfamiliar with these fantastic little videos, they are short “bite-sized” interviews with the most accomplished DP’s in the world, in which they expound on all sorts of questions about the art and technology of cinematography. Since we last wrote about these videos a couple of months ago, a veritable plethora of new videos have been published. So without any further ado, here’s Bruno Delbonnel, Sean Bobbitt, Vilmos Zsigmond, and Chris Doyle to drop some mad cinematography knowledge on you! More »

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Cinefii BSDCinematography is a lot like alchemy. It’s one part science, one part art, two parts teamwork, and maybe a little voodoo sprinkled in for good measure. Cinematography is one of those practices that is so multi-faceted, yet so subjective, that it is nearly impossible to be a true master of the art. However, it’s quite possible to find, define, and master your own voice as a DP, and that’s what many of the greatest cinematographers in history have done. Cinefii has put out a series of short videos called “Bite Size Dailies” which feature interviews with some of the leading DP’s in the industry. In these interviews they expound on various questions which should be of use to all of us aspiring cinematographers as we try to find our own cinematographic voices. Here are a few of my favorites: More »