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Premium: Designing the Visual Landscape of Deadfall

written by Shane Hurlbut, ASC

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You will learn:

  • How to be a leader when budgets get tight.
  • When to be frugal and when not to be frugal.
  • Understanding your team and the rest of the departments in the production.
  • Utilizing both film and digital to get the most out of your production.
  • Understanding how Kodak 5207 interacts with colors when shooting dusk for dawn.
  • Orchestrating your crew for pre-lights and to be more effective.
  • Communicating to your team on what’s coming up for each location.
  • Being creative with the poor man’s process.
  • Knowing you lighting and grip packaged in and out.
  • Understanding the difference between drop loads and your permanent lighting package.

Knowing what’s next is one of the most important items when it comes to shooting a movie. You always want to be on your toes, communicating with your departments, and analyzing the script going into each day. Whether there is a company move, a heavy shot day, or a heavy lighting day. Staying in tune with your production is key to meet success. Shane Hurlbut, ASC discusses his time while lensing “Deadfall” with director, Stefan Ruzowitzky. Shane breaks down why you need to stay on your toes and value the department heads working beside you.

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