Capturing authentic emotion on a shoot sometimes can give you more than you ever hoped from any posing or posture. Why its important to set a relaxed and friendly environment when ever your behind the camera! We don't remember what caused this genuine moment but it was perfect!
Frank is our night guard, keeping watch over the theatre in the small hours. He loves classical piano music and has a record collection to match, keeping him company while walking the boards! #encoreshort
I took the title of tonight's movie literally and I didn't look at the screen, so I have nothing to say other than the movie sounded interested. Alright, unfunny jokes aside, tonight's film was Nicolas Roeg's hallucinatory 1973 thriller, Don't Look Now. This is a film that proves just how much editing is storytelling in its own way. The unique arrangements of scenes, the frantic cuts, and it's constant juxtaposition of events evoke a beautiful illusory quality. It's visually dreamy, with cinematography capturing the watery streets of Venice as if they were part of a gothic castle, fitted with a surreal atmosphere. This component wondrously accompanies the film's deeply intimate story about a married couple, portrayed finely by Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie, attempting to overcome the grief of losing their daughter years ago. However, it's nearly impossible to escape those mournful feelings and what follows is a strange odyssey of madness. Don't Look Now is an unconventional yet entirely immersive horror story, subtle in its portrayal of the supernatural, but daringly haunting.
Portraits not only can be a great way to commemorate times and people in our lives, but can evoke a deeper feeling, especially when capturing a creative. This shot of @theofficialakilliz gives alot of emotion and really reflects himself and his art. What do you feel when you see it?? COMMENT BELOW!
This is one of my favourite scenes from tonight’s episode of Riverdale. We shot this in the Art Gallery on the 3rd floor and had a few lifts outside with 18k’s to push hard light in the windows. Like most set ups I try to do the majority of lighting through the windows so it’s motivated and so the cast and cameras can move as freely as possible. #riverdale#cinematographer#behindthescenes#tonight#bts#cinematography
I don't know if I have ever loved a photo more. I also don't know if I loved a sketch and costumes more. We had the HARDEST WORKING cast and crew. @gericourtneyaustein you are my comedy soulmate and couldn't be more thankful. Our wonderful cameraman/DP/photographer: @davidvaughnphotography, producer @helena_simone the saint, Jeremy, Mike, @chuckhistory and KEVIN!!