Cinematography

A Cinematography Session with K. K. Senthil Kumar – Webinar

In this webinar on cinematography with Zeiss, K. K. Senthil Kumar talks about his journey as a cinematographer, his journey and working philosophy that he follows in order to tune himself with the director’s creativity.

Master class – Advanced Filmmaking Techniques for Directors & Writers

Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned director, crafting a screenplay, or just looking to increase your videos’ social engagement, telling a visually arresting story is tantamount in our digital world.

Psycho: 60 years to the revolutionary movie once labeled as cliché

What comes to our mind when we heard about “Psycho”.. the shabby image of the motel in the middle of nowhere.. by-passed by the characters who were introduced as weird, disturbing and antisocial characters… the brutal merciless killing of a psycho with a broad kitchen knife accompanied by the nerve-wrecking screeching sound of a violin.

Six Kinds of Light in Film making – John Alcott (Stanley Kubrick’s Cameraman)

John Alcott, the great cinematographer who worked with Stanley Kubrick for some time, speaks at length about Kubrick and his additional work on 2001: A Space Odyssey, for which he took over as lighting cameraman from Geoffrey Unsworth in mid-shoot, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, the film for which he won his Oscar, and The Shining.

How Stanley Kubrick Achieved the Beautiful Cinematography in Barry Lyndon

The film’s cinematography has been described as ground-breaking. Especially notable are the long double shots, usually ended with a slow backwards zoom, the scenes shot entirely in candlelight, and the settings based on William Hogarth paintings. The exteriors were filmed on location in Ireland, England and West Germany, with the interiors shot mainly in London.