The images and quotes found in this post have been selected from a collection of documents on Directors of Photography compiled by cinematographer Stephen Murphy. You can access the documents from […]
Recently, my reader was invaded by news from Cannes. All sources were posting headlines referring to Tarantino’s statement using some combination of the following words: Tarantino, Digital, Projection, Death and […]
Small additions make a great difference. We often look at big items (new version of a leading software, new codecs, new espresso machine,…) as ways for improving the quality of our work, the state of our finances and our lifestyle. Smaller little additions are often forgotten at the margins, as we wait the future to deliver the holy grail of post-production
I enjoy colour grading, I find some of the process relaxing. It appeals to my creative soul and helps me showcase my technical skills. It offers an interesting balance of isolation and collaboration. It might be that it reminds me of the process of sound mixing, but with light.
I have been taught to plan before doing. I am not claiming to always follow this philosophy, as I often surrender to impulsions; call me human. In those moments when […]
I am not the only person having worked in post-production who can tell tales of being (barely) awake at insane hours in order to ‘fix’ various mishaps and accommodate requests […]
I have tendency to watch good films twice, at least. It is a burden I must keep on my shoulders for the rest of my life. See, years ago I […]