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Documentary Landscapes
A look at documentary filmmaking practices and how they're evolving
Curated by Justin Nalepa
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10 Lessons Josef Koudelka Has Taught Me About Street Photography

10 Lessons Josef Koudelka Has Taught Me About Street Photography | Documentary Landscapes | Scoop.it
FRANCE. 1987 © Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos To me, Josef Koudelka is one of the most brilliant photographers out there and a true master of black and white.
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Some incredible images and thoughts behind Josef's creative process. A great resource for photographers and cinematographers alike to develop their own methods. 

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Cinematographer Style - 110 of the world’s top cinematographers

Cinematographer Style - 110 of the world’s top cinematographers | Documentary Landscapes | Scoop.it

110 of the world’s top cinematographers discuss the art of how and why films look the way they do. Cinematographer Style is about the Art and Craft of Cinematography. It is about how everything, from life experiences to technology, influences and shapes an individual’s visual style. Because of the powerful impact that the visual style of a movie can have, this documentary may offer contemporaries valuable insights into the dramatic choices Cinematographers make. And, it is expected that the material will have significant historic value as well.

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Anthony Mathis's curator insight, January 29, 2014 4:03 PM

This is worth checking out!

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Ten Tips on Shooting Low-Budget Movies from SXSW | Filmmaker Magazine

Ten Tips on Shooting Low-Budget Movies from SXSW | Filmmaker Magazine | Documentary Landscapes | Scoop.it

At SXSW a panel titled “The Great Cinematography Shootout” gathered a group of directors and cinematographers to discuss independent film lensing in an age of proliferating formats and lower-cost, high-quality cameras, like the Canon 5D.

 

The directors of photography were Jody Lee Lipes (Girls, Tiny Furniture, and also the director of Opus Jazz), James Laxton (Medicine for Melancholy, Leave Me Like You Found Me), Clay Lifford (Gayby, and also the director of such films as Wuss and Earthling), PJ Raval (Trouble the Water, Sunset Stories, and also the director of Trinidad); and filmmaker, editor and d.p. David Lowery (Pioneer, and, as d.p. Audrey the Trainwreck). Here, from the d.p.’s, are ten tips for those looking to shoot smart-looking films on a low budget.

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Key advice for low-budget filmmakers and cinematographers.

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HALLIEabf's comment, July 19, 2014 2:58 AM
amazing tips