IN THIS EPISODE:
Today we speak with Michael Goi, ASC, Director of Photography for American Horror Story. Michael shares his experiences as a former ASC president, shooting Glee, The New Normal, Amerian Horror Story and directing his film Megan is Missing. Plus Matt Allard from NewsShooter.com joins us to talk about the KiniMax 6K camera, the Panasonic 4K Varicam and more.
- KiniMax 6K cameras are announced
- Matt Allard shares his thoughts on the future of Panasonic and the new 4K Varicam
- Ben’s company BC Media Productions releases new commercials for Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital
- Rule Boston Camera events in March
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Spotlight: Michael Goi
Michael Goi, ASC is the Director of Photography for the hit TV series American Horror Story. We cover everything from his early days shooting documentaries in Chicago, his move to Los Angeles and his experiences shooting My Name Is Earl, Glee, The New Normal and more. Michael speaks candidly about his life, career, and passion for movies, dance and the arts as well as his experience as a former ASC president.
- Why Michael Goi is breaking all the rules
- Michaels in-camera philosophy
- How he lights to support what the characters are thinking and feeling
- Making the move to LA
- Shooting Glee
- Becoming ASC president
- His early years shooting documentaries
- Shooting a pilot vs. shooting a series
- Why is film easier than video
- And much more.
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