An interview from the 2016 Band Pro 'One World' Open House in Burbank, California with Cinematographer Phil Holland. Phil Holland is a Director, Director of Photography, and Photographer based out of Los Angeles, California and has shot exclusively in the 4K and 4K+ arena for several years. He primarily works in the world of Feature Films, Commercials, UHD Broadcast, and VFX heavy productions. Phil is focused on cutting edge cinema technology and creating compelling images. Prior to becoming a full time Cinematographer Phil worked at Rhythm and Hues Studios from 1999-2010 as their Digital Imaging Specialist; a job he created that focused on Photography, Cinematography, Digital Color, Film Scanning, Laser Recording, and other more creative aspects of production for various films and studios.
Phil also contributes to the Motion Picture Industry in furthering the advancement of technology and contributing to the education of aspiring industry professionals. Currently he instructs the "Digital Imaging for Live Action Visual Effects and Games" course at The Gnomon School of Visual Effects on Sundays. He also occasionally instructs at REDucation and slightly more intermediate international RED Camera Workshops. In 2015 Phil wrote and released the RED DSMC Field Operations Guide, a practical guide to working with RED cameras. Over the years Phil has instructed Quick Sketching and Character Design at various Gnomon, ConceptArt.Org, and Massive Black workshops as well.
For more information please visit: www.PHFX.com