Great resources for cinematographers...Share your links, videos and sites.


#1

I found this link and I want to start a thread:

I http://cinematicpaintings.com

Please share your cinematography resources, videos and links.

-R


#2

Great site, thank you very much for sharing!
I liked https://www.amazon.com/Visual-Story-Creating-Structure-Digital-ebook/dp/B00BY79JEQ It’s a very good explanation of cinematic storytelling.
It should be noted that a moving picture composition differs from a static one, as static one is more demanding. But it’s a lot can be learned from it still.


#3

Every Frame a Painting is an awesome set of video essays that discuss filmmaking. Sadly, they’re ending the channel this month.

sample videos

//youtu.be/ojm74VGsZBU

//youtu.be/kHpXle4NqWI

//youtu.be/doaQC-S8de8

//youtu.be/wsI8UES59TM


#4

Yes this Book is Fantastico , easy to read and understand it’s really helps even if you do just layout static graphic design … I recommend it for every artist


#5

Great idea for a thread. I love what everyone has posted so far!

One of my favorites is Vimeo Film School:

https://vimeo.com/blog/category/video-schoolhttps://vimeo.com/blog/category/video-school


#6

5 book recommendations here:

https://wolfcrow.com/blog/5-excellent-books-on-cinematography-and-lighting/

The one by Vittorio Storaro is probably amazing - he shot Apocalypse Now, The Last Emperor and Last Tango in Paris after all.


#7

This is an AMAZING video

How Star Wars was saved in the edit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFMyMxMYDNk


#8

Also check out the other videos on RocketJump Film School’s channel. They cover a variety of filmmaking topics: tutorials, tips and tricks, interviews, podcasts, live streams, events, contests, forums, film commentary, and behind the scenes.

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