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    15 2017 November

    Luke Geissbühler gives us 4 tips on Being ‘In Pursuit of the Light’

    This week in Zeferino Professional Lighting we take a look at how munch there’s to be learned from the 40+ films Luke Geissbühler has shot—and the five cameras he owns. Academy Award-nominated DP Luke Geissbühler has perhaps one of the most diverse reels in the...

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    08 2017 November

    The Emerging Cinematography Awards gives exposure to the most talented DPs on the rise.

    Each year, the I.A.T.S.E. (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees), Local 600 camera union honors up-and-coming image-makers at the Emerging Cinematography Awards. The event was initiated in 1996 as a showcase for budding cinematographers to display their craft, allowing the union to support and help...

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    29 2017 October

    8 Beautifully Shot Horror Films That Changed Cinematography Forever

    Today in Zeferino Professional Lighting we want to talk about some of the best killer films in history. Cinematography is of course one of the most important elements of a horror film. With their game-changing technical innovations, surreal imagery, and the power of subjectivity, these...

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    25 2017 October

    Film Noir

    With Halloween on the horizon, this week in Zeferino Professional Lighting we want to take a look at the key rules of Film Noir. Genres come and go, but 70 years after its birth, the “rules” of film noir have become part and parcel of...

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    18 2017 October

    the Psychology of Framing: How to Compose Shots to Tell Stories

    This week in Zeferino Professional Lighting we’ll take a look at the differences between shots, wide ones and close-ups, because they tell completely different stories. In filmmaking, the frame is everything. It is the package that delivers every bit of visual information to your audience,...

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