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Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut on The Illumination Experience and the Keys to the City

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In the second part of this interview with cinematographer Shane Hurlbut, we cover his upcoming “Illumination Experience Educational Tour“; why he’s undertaken this project, and the format and objective of the classes. Hurlbut also reveals what he calls “the keys to…  Read more

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Cinematographer Shane Hurlbut on Camera Tests and the Joy of Older Lenses

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I first saw cinematographer Shane Hurlbut speaking at a trade show held in New York City in 2010 hosted by Canon. Hurlbut had just finished shooting Act of Valor, shot predominately using the Canon 5D Mark II, and he burst…  Read more

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Sympathy, Said the Shark: Shooting in POV

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Writer, director and editor Devin Lawrence says that when he set out to make Sympathy, Said the Shark he’d already gone through two projects which had stalled out due to lack of financing, so he decided he had to come…  Read more

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“It is a Long Journey”: DPs Emre Erkmen and Wojciech Staroń in Conversation

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Cinematographers are the best whores in the world. Christopher Doyle, the award-winning Australian cinematographer behind In the Mood for Love and Hero, sincerely believed this. He echoed this thought to Michael Ballhaus, the German cinematographer who shot Goodfellas and Gangs…  Read more

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