I am an entrepreneur, and a filmmmaker
Thanks for these, it is much appreciated
I think of filmmaking as a problem solving process, which calls on your wit as an individual artist. Choosing a camera will depend on the type of demands of your project. ARRI makes great tools, so does Sony and Canon. I think the choice is open. But If I had to pick one choice (without budgetary concerns), I'd choose the ARRI over the other cameras.
This article was of great help, I was particularly interested in the answer to getting a film look for a low budget camera. It was helpful that it was explained in terms of knowing the limitations of the camera, and the need to focus more on the lighting. Thanks Aviv.
This is such an eye-opener, it sheds light on how a small crew can create an awesome film, and the look you guys achieved was impressive. You mentioned it was a no-budget film. I would like to know exactly how much you spent
Its impressive to see the progression of his visual style through his shots. The last analysis though much simpler, really opened a up more dramatic options for the movie scene. Its interesting.
Its quite a revealing subject, I was very interested in the Psychology of the shots I am not one to settle for a Steadicam, but I think I am interested in try his shots out. They are quite technical, and require steady nerves. The logistics that surround such a shot must include time for the cinematographer to catch his breath. Thanks.