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Last week I was assisting my colleague Richard Jephcote who was DP on a short “The Locksmith”. The film will be released shortly and is intended for festival use around the world. Shot on Canon 7D/550D and lit using 800W tungsten x 3, Dedolight kit & some fluorescent from the top. We split the HDMI […]

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The obvious advantage of shooting with DSLR is outstanding image quality and low light possibilities. This is thanks to relatively larger sensor to video cameras and also photo lenses, which offer rather wide apertures. All comes down to DOF (Depth of Field) – an area of shot in focus, the rest is blurry. Not only […]

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Last night, around 5am I came back from a weekend in Dundee. We were shooting British Quad Championship. Luckuly for us it was sunny both days, clear sky and on the way back I couldn’t resist to take some night stills. Around 4.30 I decided to stop at MK, Willen lake to see what I […]

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Another Wedding day/ This time it is a very traditional Hindu ceremony. We did both – video and photos. Lit by two 2k tungsten lights which really helpen to lift the levels as lights were diffusing through the white net curtains beautifully. Nice overcast day with some sunshine rays fighting through the clouds. Here are […]

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The Beginning

On 01/07/2010 By

I thought about directing a short film for a while now and now I have this opportunity. I received a script from a very talented and already recognized writer Liz Adlington. The film is a story about childhood and also about violence against women at home. The story is told from young boys POV as […]

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In May 2010 final year students asked me to do cinematography on their diploma film. The director’s influence was R.Polanski, which I recon is an excellent auteur filmmaker. We used D90 with kit lens, 50mm f1.8 and 35mm f2. Lighting was tungsten: 2k, 2x1k and 2 kits of redheads, poly for soft bounced light and […]

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