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We are back on the breakdowns this week and we are trying a slightly modified approach to looking at the work. In this episode we start by discussing the tech scout stills and build out a plan of attack from there then follow up on the day with the exact lighting plan, schedule, and all the other details that go into making a successful shoot. Enjo…
 
We have got one of my favorite DPs back on the show today for his second visit with us as we chat about his latest film The Harder They Fall now on Netflix. Mihai Malaimare Jr. shares stories from the film and so much more during our conversation. Be sure to check out his work if you aren't familiar with it and give the new film a watch. Enjoy! Adv…
 
We are picking up where we left off last week in our journey into the world of basic camera movement. In this one we cover the dolly, gimbals, steadicam, and more. This is it for the intro on my thoughts for camera movement so from now on we will delve deeper into these concepts in breakdown episodes. Enjoy! Advanced Cinematography: Location Lighti…
 
We are talking Camera Movement today on the show. I have purposely ignored the topic for a number of years and I am trying to change that this week on the show. Lighting isn't everything (even if it is). It is time to spread our cinematography wings a little. I went over on time so I will follow up next week with Part #2. Enjoy! Advanced Cinematogr…
 
Hello podcast people! This week on the show we are chatting with John Matysiak the cinematographer behind the film Old Henry. We chat about John's experience in prep, sourcing creative inspiration, managing crew, and the freedom of ditching the plan during a shoot. I really enjoyed hearing about the process behind the film and I think if you are lo…
 
Hello podcast people! I have been actively putting off talking about camera movement for sometime now but the day has arrived where things have to change. Camera movement seems to be less universally applicable in my view on cinematography and hence harder to discuss in broad strokes. When I broke it all down I thought the best way to start impleme…
 
This week on the show we continue chatting about Blue Bayou with the other half of the cinematography duo and first 3 time guest of the show Matthew Chuang ASC. If you are a frequent listener of the show you will know Matt's story and it was a pleasure to catch up and hear about his latest work on such a beautiful looking film. He has always been g…
 
We made it to episode #300!! On the show to celebrate we are chatting with director of photography Ante Cheng about his beautiful work alongside Matthew Chuang on the film Blue Bayou. Lots of interesting take aways in this episode and a great way to celebrate a big milestone for the podcast. If you are reading this I just wanted to say a big thank …
 
Hello everybody! Today on the show we are talking to cinematographer Erynn Patrick. We discuss getting started in the film business, relocating for work, to buy gear or not to buy gear and so much more. It was great chatting with Erynn and I hope you enjoy the episode! Patreon Breakdown - The Morning Show This week on the Patreon Breakdown we are l…
 
Hello everybody! Today on the show we are venturing into the world of underwater cinematography with Ian Seabrook SOC. Ian has worked at the highest levels and on the podcast he shares his path into the world of underwater photography, how he likes to work, and offers some important tips to making an underwater shoot as smooth as possible. Definite…
 
On the show this week we are looking at a recent spot I shot and breaking down the approach, the lighting, and a whole lot more. This was a fun one as the script called for multiple looks inside a very cramped location. Enjoy the behind the scenes look! Advanced Cinematography: Location LightingThe latest course is now […] The post The Wandering DP…
 
Schedules are not exciting but they do serve a very important role in the world of cinematography. If you ignore them you do so at your own peril. In this episode we are talking about how I think about schedules and how to maximize their usefulness during a shoot. Hopefully you enjoy this slightly different episode!Advanced Cinematography: Location…
 
Alright we got a big show today! Our featured guest is cinematographer Cezary Zacharewicz and we discuss everything from how he transitioned into cinematography from photography to how he likes to approach his work. Lots of great conversation in this one. In other news today is the launch of the newest course. After all the positive feedback from […
 
This week on the podcast we are chatting with cinematographer Marianne Williams about her path to becoming a DP, finding projects that you align with, and the most important thing to do when you first get put on a job. It was a lot of fun chatting with Marianne and definitely follow the links below to […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode …
 
On the show today we go behind the scenes on a recent commercial and take a look at when good plans go bad. Weather is always a challenge for cinematographers on exterior set ups and this spot is the perfect example of what can go wrong. We needed to film a spot over two days and […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #293 – Will It Match? …
 
We have a great one today! On the show we sit down with Mr. Jeffrey Jur ASC to talk about his incredible career, his latest work on Bridgerton for Netflix, and so much more. It is amazing to get to sit down and talk with people like Jeffrey who are so open with sharing their time and […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #292 – Jeffrey Jur…
 
Hey everyone! Today on the show we chat with cinematographer Michael "Cambio" Fernandez. Michael shares how he found his way to becoming a cinematographer, finding his point of view, and overcoming obstacles inside the profession. Lots of great stuff in this one and it was a pleasure having him on the show. Enjoy!Advanced Cinematography: On Set Tra…
 
Hello party people! On the show today we are chatting with one of my favorite cinematographers Mr. Scott Cunningham. Scott has a fantastic eye and has been a part of some amazing projects and in our conversation he shares his unique path into cinematography, what the most important aspects of a great DP are, and much more. Hopefully […] The post Th…
 
This week on the show we are answering some random job interview questions and overall just trying to mix things up. We are back with interviews and breakdowns in the future so don't worry but I thought we'd have some fun this week. Enjoy!Advanced Cinematography: On Set TrainingIt is finally here!! I have been waiting for the technology […] The pos…
 
This week on the show we are taking a trip back in time to one of the very first episodes of the podcast with a cinematographer who is a personal favorite, Mr. Stefan Duscio. Stefan was one of the first guests on the show and he has gone on to do a number of fantastic projects […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #288 – From the Archives …
 
On the show today we are finally branching out and breaking down a bit of a different style TVC. It isn't very often we get to look at something a bit more fashion and that is exactly what we are doing today. Not much lighting from an electric point of view in this episode but lots […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #287 – Fashion Film …
 
Hello podcast people! This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Dillon Schneider about cracking into the narrative world, first features, two camera systems and a whole lot more. I really enjoyed talking to Dillon and I hope you are able to get some useful tips out of his experience. Enjoy!Advanced Cinematography: On Set TrainingIt…
 
On the show today we are chatting with cinematographer David McFarland about his latest work on the film 12 Might Orphans. In this episode we go over the challenges of shooting a period film, embracing lens character, prepping a job and so much more. If you haven't seen the movie make sure you check the link below […] The post The Wandering DP Podc…
 
On the podcast this week we take a look at a recent spot I shot and breakdown the lighting and lensing. Based on feedback from the last few breakdown episodes I've decided to show the uncorrected frames straight out of the camera so you can get a better idea of the levels being captured on set. It […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode#284 …
 
Here we go people! This week on the show we chat with cinematographer Polly Morgan ASC BSC about her work on A Quiet Place II. We chat about the challenges of carrying on from the first film, finding the language of the story, and all the ups and downs along the way. Lots of great stuff in this one […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #28…
 
Hi podcast people! This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Geoff George about his views on being a DP, how he got his start, making the hard life choices, and so much more. Lots packed in to this conversation. Enjoy!Advanced Cinematography: On Set TrainingIt is finally here!! I have been waiting for the technology to catch […] Th…
 
This week on the podcast we look at the infamous Friday shoot day in the commercial world. Friday's are famous for being the worst days for DPs as productions that shoot over the course of a week may experience schedule issues during the early part of the week and any scenes or setups that need to […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #281…
 
Hello everybody! This week on the show we sit down with Ramón Goñi to chat about all things filmmaking. We discuss the challenges of switching from cinematographer to director, communicating with collaborators, the future of filmmaking and so much more. Enjoy!Advanced Cinematography: On Set TrainingIt is finally here!! I have been waiting for the t…
 
Hey gang this week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Zach Kuperstein about his recent feature film work on The Vigil. We get in to all the usual suspects of conversation around his approach to the work, continuing to grow as a cinematographer, finding your style and much more. It was great chatting with Zach […] The post The Wanderin…
 
This week on the podcast we take a look at a recent commercial we shot and discuss scheduling and how to make your locations work for you rather than against you. Every cinematographer dreams of pulling off a Nomadland style job with magic hour shots left, right, and center but in the commercial world where the […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast…
 
Hello everybody! After a few (read many) technical difficulties I finally got a chance to chat with cinematographer Jessica Young about her most recent work on the documentary What Drives Us. Our conversation covers her beginnings in the film business, navigating her way through the industry, and how documentary work carries over to narrative. I re…
 
Huge show this week on the podcast! We chat with the 1st Annual Andre Sofhob Award for Best Cinematography for 2020 Mr. Tim Thompson. Tim is one of the rising stars of the next generation of cinematographers and it was awesome to sit down and hear how he is approaching both the work and his career choices. The […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast:…
 
We are mixing it up today with a Q+A episode that is less Q and less A than normal but hopefully entertaining nonetheless. I know the folks in the Patreon group get this stuff all the time but it is always good to share some of the questions outside the group to reach a broader audience. If […] The post The Wandering Dp Podcast: Episode #275 – Less…
 
The title of this one might be slightly misleading. In DP speak "All In Camera" can at times translate to not much in camera. In this episode of the podcast we look at a green screen heavy shoot we pulled off in less than ideal conditions. Enjoy the behind the scenes look! Advanced Cinematography: On Set […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episo…
 
Hey folks! There are tons of great options out there for filmmaking podcasts and anytime I am asked to come on a show I always like to try and share that content here and help get the word out. Cinematographer Lars Lindstrom is taking on an often overlooked side of the artistic world, money making, in his […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Epis…
 
Hello everybody and welcome back for another episode of the podcast. This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Denson Baker ACS NZCS about his career path into becoming a cinematographer, his latest work on set, and so much more. Lots of great content packed in this episode and it was a real pleasure to […] The post The Wandering D…
 
This week on the podcast we are breaking down a commercial I shot early last year. The spot combines a small interior bedroom set up and a working retail space so there are quite a few hurdles to jump over to get the job done. Enjoy the breakdown and if you have any questions please let me […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #271 – A New…
 
Hey hey good people of the internet! Today are the show I am joined (for the second time on the show) by cinematographer Toby Oliver ACS to chat about his most recent work on Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar. Always a pleasure chatting with Toby and great to hear his stories from on set […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #270 – Toby Oliv…
 
Hello everybody! On the show today we are chatting with cinematographer Tami Reiker about her beautiful work on the film One Night in Miami. Tami breaks down her process on the film, the challenges the team had to overcome, and so much more. If you haven't seen the movie already be sure to check out the trailer […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast…
 
A big show today with the launch of the Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training plus we breakdown a commercial where we shot the same scene two different days because of weather issues. Weather is always tricky and if you work in the business long enough you will end up on the wrong side of a call […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #26…
 
I have been a big fan of Tobias Schliessler ASC for a number of years so it was great to finally get him on the show to discuss his work. Tobias has shot a number of different high level features and commercials alike and his openness and experience in the world of cinematographer gave us a […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #267 – Tobi…
 
Oren Soffer is back on the show to chat about his latest feature A Nightmare Wakes. Oren was a previous guest way back in episode #89 and in today's show we discuss the unusual workflow for this film and why it ended up freeing him to be more exploratory during the process. Lots of great stuff […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #266 – O…
 
This week on the show we chat with cinematographer Blake Myers about his experience moving to Los Angeles, working his way up the project ladder, and navigating the minefield of production. Great to get Blake on the show and be sure to check out some of the work below and give him a follow over on […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #265…
 
Hey gang this week on the podcast we are going back in time and revisiting this interview with director Ryan Booth that was originally recorded for Episode #99 of the podcast. Always fun digging in to the archives and as the show has been flooded with new listeners from the Youtube channel I thought this was […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: E…
 
We are back at the breakdowns this week on the show as we dive deep into what looks like a very straightforward set up. Day exterior work looks easy but it is not. You will never see a DP stress out more than on a day exterior scene that needs to filmed over the course of […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #263 – Location, Location, Loc…
 
On the show today we are chatting with veteran cinematographer Alan Jacobsen. Alan has worked on a wide range of projects from his powerful documentary features to commercial gigs. In this episode we discuss his approach to lighting, how documentary work can make you a better dp, and much more. Be sure to check out a small […] The post The Wanderin…
 
The most popular episode of the podcast returns for its fifth instalment!! The year in review podcasts are always a big hit and 2020 doesn't disappoint. We go over all the numbers from 2020 so you can see how it went, whether it was up or down, what went right, and what didn't quite go as […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #261 – The Ye…
 
On the show this week we chat with cinematographer Bryce Fortner about his latest work for Amazon I'm Your Woman. The film looks great and Bryce talks us through creating the unique looks, working with new crew, and building relationships inside of the industry can help the finished piece. If you haven't seen the film definitely give […] The post T…
 
Today on the podcast we are breaking down a small commercial spot that was shot right at the on set of the COVID restrictions here in Western Australia. The crew had to be kept small, the set ups were contained and all in all I think that makes the techniques and tips we talk about in […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #259 – COVID Crew…
 
On the show this week we are taking a break from our regular programming and mixing things up a little. I always enjoy going on other podcasts and today's show is actually my appearance on the Spokes Podcast hosted by James Pizarro. The conversation was good fun and I highly encourage you to head over to […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episo…
 
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