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The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #170 – Kristofer Bonnell

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“Cinematographer Kristofer Bonnell sits down with us today to chat about his experience getting started in Canada, we take an extensive look at one of his most recent projects, and we talk about the business side of cinematography.”

“Kristofer has a range of interesting projects on his website so make sure you scroll down to check out some of the work mentioned in this episode and give him a follow on Instagram.”

Listen to the full podcast here.

 

ASC Master Class | FUTURE MAN / Eduardo Mayén, Episode #95

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[Cinematographer Eduardo Mayén] photographed his season of FUTURE MAN with a Panavized Read Weapon Helium in conjunction with Panavision Gand E series 2:1 anamorphic lenses. The filmmakers employed three shooting modes for standard (8K 6:5 at 60 fps, with a 25mm wide angle limit), high-speed (5K at 60-120 fps), and wide-angle photography (7K WS for wider than 25mm). In addition to this, Mayén had to frame for both the 2.35:1 (letterboxed for Hulu) and 1.78:1 (extracted for all other platforms) aspect ratios. “Because of these framing challenges, we used an Artemis Prime viewfinder,” says Mayén. “It kept us honest with all of the field of view and resolution changes. My hat’s off to first AC Jay Levy, who made sure that all of the cameras were filming at the correct resolutions.” 

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ROLLING STONE: A Guide to Shopping for Vintage Clothing Online

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“I think a lot of it has to do with nostalgia,” says Avery Plewes, a Toronto-based costume designer who pulled racks of vintage designer clothing for the Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern film, JT LeRoy. “While you may outgrow the phase in your life where you listened to a particular band, a tee is a reminder of a period in your life, and the artist that was the soundtrack to that time. Also,” she adds, “a vintage T-shirt is almost always more comfortable, because it has been broken-in by the person who owned it before you.”

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