A short ‘still film’ about a late summer stroll in the forest and the connection it provides us.
With real examples from film & cinema I’m debunking the trendy, yet wrong, advice on how to create a cinematic photograph.
An early August sunrise experience at Carey Lake near Hibbing, MN that provided a jolt of pure creative energy.
Are photos without people in them essentially just the equivalent of “B-Roll” footage for a cinematographer?
If you’ve been following along you’ll know that I recently had a bit of an A-HA moment about my photography work and its link to cinema. After watching the work of the amazing Roger Deakins in the 2015 film ‘Sicario’ something snapped into place for me. It’s not that I was all of a sudden…
Take a sneak peek behind the scenes at some recent practice sketches as I try to better understand how I can add a more cinematic approach to my still photography workflow.
When you want to bring more of a story telling element to your photography, try this tip to bring a cinematic flair to your work.