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How to Capture Essence through Black & White Photography
By removing color altogether, the black & white photographer is able to reduce the image to its very essence. Proper lighting is essential when working with black & white images because all you have are light and the shades between grey and darkness. Because of its reductionist nature, the art of black & white photography lies in working with lines, forms, structures and composition.
How A Shoot for Budweiser During COVID-19 Turned into 4 Million Views
During the COVID-19 shutdown, most productions stopped or went on indefinite hold. I don't know anyone who hasn't lost work or been affected in some way due to the pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the film industry were put at serious risk. But as things continued to drag on, content still needed to be made. It just had to change shape a bit. Spots were made using stock footage. Remote productions began to pick up. And as some states in the US began to open again, the ability to start shooting again, albeit on a smaller scale and with certain restrictions, became possible once more.
How to Keep Your Crew Mentally, Physically and Financially Balanced on the Job
Your team is the backbone of the set and, like our actual backs, it’s important to keep them healthy. If they begin to suffer due to physical, mental or financial issues, then the production will equally suffer. For those old-school thinkers who believe employees are replaceable if they begin to have issues, you will spend more hiring new employees. Training and bringing replacements up to speed is time-consuming, so investing a little extra into your current employees will save money in the long run. Plus, happy employees are more effective, efficient and loyal.
The Big Screen Gets a Dose of Virtual Reality
Tanna Frederick, award-winning actress of film and theater, is ready to show off Defrost, a 360-degree Virtual Reality movie, with the world. The movie is one of the first of its kind, using Samsung Gear VR Goggles to create an immersive, emotional experience for viewers. Frederick describes the production of the film, what it's like to acting in a virtual reality film and Oculus technology.
From Hulu’s Hellraiser to Starz’s BMF, Interview with Production Designer Kathrin Eder
Whether it be a classic horror remake, a high school drama or a crime biography set in Detroit, production designer Kathrin Eder approaches every project as an empty canvas for the story to unfold in. Some of Kathrin’s credits include Searchlight Pictures’ The Night House, Paramount+’s Three Months starring Troye Sivan and Hulu’s Hellraiser. It’s her most recent project, the Starz series BMF, that is garnering a lot of attention from both critics and audiences for authentically recreating the late 1980s Detroit vibe.
Extreme Weather Productions: Taking It to the Limit
There is no doubt in my mind that if you are living and working in the production space long enough, sooner or later you will come face to face with some extremely nasty weather and be able to tell your very own bad ass, bad weather production story. In the moment, the weather will make you wonder what the hell did I sign up for? It’s like every time I watch an episode of the long running reality show Deadliest Catch, I'm thinking—would I sign up for that? Would YOU sign up for that? I think my jury is still way out there, just trying to stay warm and not get wicked seasick.