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IBC 2017 (with Erik Naso) GCS131

Erik Naso from Newsshooter.com joins us to discuss all the latest news and announcements from IBC 2017 including the Sony Venice, Go Pro Hero 6 and Fusion, Panasonic EVA 1 and much more.

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Spotlight: Erik Naso

Erik Naso is a multiple Emmy and Telly award winning visual journalist and contributor to Newsshooter.com and he’s here with us today to discuss the news and announcements from IBC 2017.

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The Cinematography of Atlanta, Glow, and Brigsby Bear (with Christian Sprenger) GCS128

Christian Sprenger is the visionary cinematographer behind the lens of FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent film Brigsby Bear and he’s on the show today to share his experiences.

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Spotlight: Christian Sprenger

Cinematographer Christian Sprenger has been busy. In just the last couple of years he shot the FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent Sony Picture Classic’s film Brigsby Bear. Christian and I discuss the 3 distinct looks he created in these works, the pro’s and cons of mastering in Dolby Vision HDR, why filmmaking punk rock, and so much more.

  • Creating the 1980’s in camera
  • The color pallet of Brigsby Bear
  • The unique over-exposure technique used on Atlanta
  • Shooting Arri Amira
  • Mastering in Dolby Vision HDR
  • The value of HDR filmmaking
  • Christians lighting philosophy
  • and much much more!

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Costume Design Demystified (with Nadine Haders) GCS126

Nadine Haders joins us to discuss the artistry and logistics of costume designer for film and television plus, Erik Naso from Newsshooter and I discuss the Red Hydrogen announcement.

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Spotlight: Nadine Haders

Nadine Haders is the talented and versatile costume designer behind films and television shows like Six Feet Under, Deadwood, and the recent Jordan Peele film Get Out. Nadine and I discuss her role as a costume designer and how wardrobe can make or break a character. We dive deep into her work on Get Out and how its’ well defined color pallet supported and enhanced the story, whether you knew it or not. Plus, Erik Naso from NewsShooter.com joins us to discuss the announcement of the Red Hydrogen

  • Nadine’s work on Get Out
  • Working with Jordan Peele
  • How a costume designer presents ideas to a director
  • The importance of the colors blue and red in ‘Get Out’
  • Working with a color pallet in wardrobe design
  • How do you build a character through wardrobe
  • The similarities between ‘Get Out’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’
  • Creating a cult through color
  • Nadines work on HBO’s ‘Six Feet Under’
  • The details on the RED Hydrogen
  • The pre-order culture and what it means for the production industry
  • and much much more!

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Salary and Rate Negotiation for Creative Professionals (with Jim Hopkinson) GCS113

Jim Hopkinson is the creator of SalaryTutor.com where he offers training on how to get paid what your worth. Jim and I discuss how to set your rates, discussing budget with your clients, and when to say NO to a project.

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Spotlight: Jim Hopkinson

Jim Hopkinson teaches ambitions professionals how to negotiate salary and get paid what they’re worth. He’s the author of the book Salary Tutor: Learn The Salary Negotiation Secrets No One Ever Taught You and the creator of SalaryTutor.com. Jim and I discuss salary and rate negotiation skills for creative professionals whether you’re a freelancer, business owner, or employee. We also share thoughts on how to discuss budget with your clients, how undercutting your competition may not be the best long-term strategy, and much much more. If you ever asked yourself What should I charge? This episode is not to be missed.

  • The three categories of negotiation
  • Best negotiation skills for freelancers
  • How salary sites like salary.com can be helpful
  • How to manage your clients expectation
  • When to say NO to a client
  • How to talk about budget with your client
  • Charging hourly vs per project
  • The pro’s and con’s of undercutting your competition
  • When to quit your job/span>
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The Cinematography of Rogue One and LION (with Greig Fraser) GCS111

Greig Fraser is the visionary cinematographer behind the lens of Rogue One and LION and he’s here today to talk about the surprising similarities between them.

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Spotlight: Greig Fraser

Greig Fraser is the visionary director of photography for two of this years most talked about films, the mega-hit and stunningly shot Rogue One, and the beautiful and heartfelt film LION. On the surface these films are drastically different, but Greig considers them surprisingly similar and shares some of his lighting and lensing choices to prove it. Greig and I discuss the challenges of shooting in India, the Arri Alexa 65, the benefits of vintage lenses and why he used the Digital Sputnick LED light on both films

  • The cinematography of LION
  • The challenges of shooting in India
  • How Greig uses Emotion Maps alongside storyboards
  • Handheld vs static shots
  • The cinematography of Rogue One
  • Shooting with the Arri Alexa 65
  • Working with Star Wars concept art
  • The colaboration with director Gareth Edwards
  • The behind the scenes story behind the Rogue One re-shoots
  • and much much more!

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