The Wandering DP and the Power of Social Media for Cinematographers (with Patrick O’Sullivan) GCS117

Cinematographer Patrick O'Sullivan the wandering dp is on Go Creative Show with Ben Consoli


Patrick O’Sullivan is the brilliant cinematographer known only as The Wandering DP and he’s on the show today to discuss his career in cinematography, his podcast and his passion for sharing knowledge.

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Patrick O’Sullivan is the wildly talented cinematographer known only as The Wandering DP. He started his career as a colorist but quickly transitioned into a director of photography by obsessively studying vimeo videos and discovering the lighting patterns in his favorite clips. As the Wandering DP, Patrick shares not only his beautiful work with the world, he also shares his process through his website, blog and podcast. Join us as we talk about cameras, lights, the power of social media and more!

  • The importance of social media for director of photographers
  • Patricks background as a colorist
  • Starting a career with a Canon T2i
  • Why Patrick shares knowledge with the world
  • How to talk with your clients about sharing behind the scenes
  • Patricks camera and lens choices
  • Lighting techniques
  • Learning from False color
  • Tips for working with directors
  • and much much more!



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5 comments on The Wandering DP and the Power of Social Media for Cinematographers (with Patrick O’Sullivan) GCS117

  1. My two favorite cinema podcasters together in one show! Thank you!

    1. Ben Consoli says:

      Thanks so much!

  2. Brad says:

    Excellent interview! It actually motivated me to start using the False Color plugin in DaVinci Resolve and analyze my favorite shows!
    Thanks so much – learned a lot from this episode!

    1. Ben Consoli says:

      Thanks Brad.. Same here. What a unique idea to use False color. I love it.

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