In the world of filmmaking, cinematography is the bread and butter of this incredibly visual medium. However, being a cinematographer requires a lot more than an eye for composing interesting shots that help tell a story.
From making shot lists in pre-production to technical lighting techniques on set - Studio Binder has put together an impressive and thorough guide for cinematographers at any level. No matter how many films you work on, no two sets are ever exactly quite alike - and this guide will help you be prepared for anything. Better yet, Studio Binder has included several videos and downloadable aids to help you on your filmmaking journey.
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