good citizen

The Cinematography of House of Cards Season 4 (with Pete Konczal) GCS086

Pete Konczal Cinematographer, House of Cards Season 4

IN THIS EPISODE:

Today’s guest is Pete Konczal, Cinematographer of the brilliantly shot Netflix hit, House of Cards season 4. Pete and I discuss how he applied his style to this season as well as his shooting and lensing secrets.

The Go Creative Show is supported by
Kessler – www.kesslercrane.com
Rule Boston Camera – www.rule.com
PremiumBeat.com
NewsShooter.com
Shutterstock

The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week

Spotlight: Pete Konczal

Pete Konczal is the incredibly talented cinematographer of the massive Netflix show, House of Cards season 4. Pete and I discuss how he incorporated his style into this season, his shooting and lighting techniques, and why living in the shadows is more fun.

  • Pete praises my Smart Kids Music Video
  • The Cinematography of House of Cards
  • The lighting and shooting techniques that Pete brought to House of Cards season 4
  • Why was the 32mm the hero lens
  • Embracing the shadows
  • Why the Oval Office is the hardest space to shoot in
  • Shooting on Red Dragon with the internal low light filter
  • The benefits of shooting with 2 cameras
  • Controlled Softlight
  • The benefits of shooting art and fashion films
  • Why Pete is inspired by Gordon Willis
  • and much more!

SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:

SUBSCRIBE:

Logo for Stitcher Smart Radio Logo for Subscribe with iTunes

SHOW SUPPORTERS:

Kessler – Innovative Tools for Filmmaking
www.kesslercrane.com

Rule Boston Camera – Buy. Rent. Create.
www.rule.com

PremiumBeat – Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound
www.premiumbeat.com

NewsShooter – Making the real world look as good as cinema
NewsShooter.com

Shutterstock – Premium Footage and Images
Shutterstock.com

  • Apple Podcast
  • Spotify
  • Stitcher
  • Pocket Cast
  • Overcast
  • YouTube
  • RSS

That’s a Wrap 2015 Round Table (with Matt Russell, Chris Loughran, and Rob Bessette) GCS079

2015 Production Discussion

IN THIS EPISODE:

Today we take a look back at 2015 and reflect on all the highlights, lowlights, and trends of the production and post production world. Our panel includes cinematographer Chris Loughran, colorist Rob Bessette, and Matt Russell, our very own audio mix engineer, and we cover all sides of production.

The Go Creative Show is supported by
Kessler – www.kesslercrane.com
Rule Boston Camera – www.rule.com
PremiumBeat.com
NewsShooter.com
Shutterstock

The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week

Spotlight: 2015 Round Table Discussion

We bid farewell to 2015 with a round table discussion from a panel of experts. Cinematographer Chris Loughran, Colorist Rob Bessette and our very own Matt Russell discuss the trends of 2015, the influx of new cameras, how DaVinci Resolve has become the undisputed color king, and the exciting and challenging projects we all shared throughout the year.

  • Good Citizen Music Video
  • Breaking down Rob’s color grade process
  • How Rob Hardy’s Instagram inspired the video
  • Roslindale Studios
  • The benefits of editing 4k
  • The trends in color grading
  • The production and post production trends of 2015
  • The year of Sony FS7 and A7S
  • How smaller and cheaper equipment is leveling the playing field
  • Where our panel goes for inspiration
  • How to spice up the corporate talking head video
  • Our panel’s most interesting and/or challenging projects of 2015
  • The highlights and lowlights of 2015

SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:

SUBSCRIBE:

Logo for Stitcher Smart Radio Logo for Subscribe with iTunes

SHOW SUPPORTERS:

Kessler – Innovative Tools for Filmmaking
www.kesslercrane.com

Rule Boston Camera – Buy. Rent. Create.
www.rule.com

PremiumBeat – Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound
www.premiumbeat.com

NewsShooter – Making the real world look as good as cinema
NewsShooter.com

Shutterstock – Premium Footage and Images
Shutterstock.com

  • Apple Podcast
  • Spotify
  • Stitcher
  • Pocket Cast
  • Overcast
  • YouTube
  • RSS