What makes a cinematic image? || Spotlight
We asked top cinematographers at the BSC show and Micro Salon the big question: What makes a cinematic image?
Cinematography needs to serve the story || Michael Chapman || Spotlight
We interviewed master cinematographer Michael Chapman at CamerImage 2016. The veteran is best known for his camerawork on The Godfather and Jaws, and as the cinematographer of the groundbreaking Scorsese classics Taxi Driver and Raging Bull. In this episode, he explainsthe importance of why cinematography needs to reflect on the story and why images are powerful.
Spotlight || Film vs Digital: The Big Debate
The spotlight we have all been waiting for. Cooke Optics TV shares interviews with world renowned cinematographers to get their insights on how the filmmaking process has changed from the early days of film to the introduction and improvement of digital processes.
Blockbuster camera and lens combinations || Michael Seresin || Spotlight
There is a huge variety of cameras and lenses available for big budget Hollywood productions. Michael Seresin discusses what has worked for him after recently filming Dawn/War for the Planet of the Apes and the new Jungle Book which will be released in 2018.