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<p> As an actor it's probably a good idea to have a firm grasp of cinematography. Basically, the audience will be viewing you and your performance through the camera, you need to know how it works so that you can work for it. </p> <p> Without annoying the DP and cameraperson, try and observe at least what lens they're about to use on you...</p> <p> To get you started, here is a link to a tutorial, which is free to watch, about Cinematic shooting principles using a long lens. </p> <p> http://photography.tutsplus.com/tutorials/cinematic-shooting-principles-using-a-long-lens--cms-57</p> <p> This tutorial features footage from a feature film, but also... it features myself! :)</p> <p> Learn and enjoy. </p> <p> Peace, </p> <p> MK</p>

Posted at: 01/17/2014 18:06

Tags: Film cinematography tutorials photography long lens cameraperson acting audience

<p> Even if you just want to roll 'film for fun' reading scripts with me to keep the wheels greased, shoot me an email.  I'm traveling in California now!  I'm also a photographer.  If anyone needs their portfolio or demo reels updated contact me for that too.  My rates are blue collar $$s and I'm willing to trade pix for accomodations and expenses.  I  travel with my bodyguard dog.   Please don't comment my blog if interested, just contact me directly through my profile.  I'll get back to you much faster.  I don't plan on hanging around here much.</p>

Posted at: 01/12/2012 02:34

Tags: monologues demo reels photography melissa boneau