Filmmaking is a complex process in which a huge number of people are involved. We're going to look at the evolution of special effects in cinema and talk about the biggest names in the industry.
Editing is a thing that not everyone notices in movies. In fact, we all see it, of course, but we don't always give it the importance it deserves, even though editing is what makes movies exist. Today we're going to talk about editing: basic techniques and transitions.
Without further ado, today we continue our series of informative blogs where we tell you about how movies are shot. So make some tea and join us as we explore the basic angles that are used in films.
This week we continue to tell you about the main and essential camerawork techniques, without which no film can be imagined. So, let's not talk too much, and let's get started.
Today we would like to focus on the universal techniques of the film industry with which films are made. This blog will be devoted to the list of shot sizes and how they can be applied by different filmmakers.
Today we continue to tell you about some of the most influential and best cameramen in cinema, including the Dutch-Swedish cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema. He has worked alongside Christopher Nolan, Sam Mendes, Spike Jonze, David O. Russell and has created of some the best shots in film history.
Immanuel Lubezki is one of the foremost cameramen of modern cinema. He has worked with Alfonso Cuarón, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Joel and Ethan Cohen, Terrence Malick, thus becoming a modern classic.
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