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I Am Mother Cinematography (with Steve Annis)

Steve Annis, cinematographer for I Am Mother, talks to Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, about creating the look for the Netflix film. Steve shares his approach to lighting the film, his camera and lens choices and why he doesn’t do camera tests, the robot of I Am Mother, plus we talk about his work in music videos, and much more!

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Cinematography (with David Mullen)

David Mullen, director of photography for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel talks to Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli about creating the look for the Amazon hit show. David shares his visual inspiration for the series, the challenges of filming a period piece in modern-day Manhattan, his approach to oners and long shots, achieving the Notre Dom shot, and much more!

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Homecoming and Mr. Robot Cinematography (with Tod Campbell)

Cinematographer Tod Campbell joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss crafting the look of Homecoming and Mr. Robot. We talk about Tods camera and lens choices, creating a perfect oner shot, creating LUTs with a colorist, the differences and similarities in the cinematography of Mr. Robot and Homecoming, and more!

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The Cinematography of Halloween (with Michael Simmonds)

Michael Simmonds is the director of photography for the 2018 sequel to the classic horror film Halloween. Michael and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli discuss shooting the film, working with director David Gordon Green, the parallels between horror and comedy and filmmaking philosophies that everyone can use.

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The Cinematography of Get Out (with Toby Oliver) GCS120

a href=”http://www.tobyoliver.com/”>Toby Oliver ACS is the award-winning cinematographer behind of the lens of the Jordan Peele film “Get Out” and he’s here today to discuss all his lighting and lensing secrets.

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Spotlight: Toby Oliver

Toby Oliver is the award winning cinematographer behind the lens of Jordan Peels debut film “Get Out”. “Get Out” has received high praise from critics and movie goes around the world for it’s story, acting, and cinematography, and Toby shares all his lighting and lensing techniques that gave “Get Out” it’s uniquely horrifying look. We discuss the blending of horror and comedy, why he choose to shoot with zoom lenses, the challenges of a limited budget, and so much more.

  • Rethinking the low budget horror film
  • Working with Jordan Peele
  • Choosing Zoom lenses vs. Primes
  • The most challenging shots of “Get Out”
  • Shooting car interiors with 2 cameras
  • Using a small LED lighting kit for feature films
  • The Sunken Place
  • Lighting ratios and false color
  • and much much more!

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