Any list regarding cinematography that leaves out Deakins and Bladerunner, isn't worth writing about.
Learn from "Snyder Cut".
The only thing to learn from this who Snyder cut debacle is that, if you're told to make a 2 hour movie, don't write and shoot a 4 hour one. And then be surprised when you get kicked off, and someone else delivers the 2 hour film as instructed. Then run around whining about your "Snyderverse".
The arrogance of Snyder and the writer is unbelievable.
Seriously, stop writing about this bs and let this whole Snyder adulation die.
It's getting embarrassing.
As far as learning from Snyder. He hasn't made a good movie since 300.
Drive on par with Citizen Kane?
What's he smoking.
Great example why vertical is shit.
Even with its obviously massive budget. I couldn't stand watching the whole film.
It's simply a selection of scenes, picked to pretend vertical is a valid option.
Yeah if you're doing a 39 second scene or promo.
I think your idea and my idea of affordable is on completely different planets.
It's been year now since I bought my first camera.
I've made 4 shorts, 4 music videos and 5 informative videos. My shorts and music videos have been in festivals. Some have won awards.
I start shooting my first feature soon.
I'll be 57 next week.