Monthly Archives: March 2014

Importance of Color Palette in the film!

Just by watching a single frame of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ you can tell that it’s a Wes Anderson movie. This is because of its symmetrical compositions, saturated color pallet and typically 70’s styling. Every film has its own way … Continue reading

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Relationship of Director and Director of Photography

  One of the most collaborative relationships on any film set is the relationship of a Director and Director of Photography (DOP) . They are the two sides of a coin; a director visualizes the film but a DOP is responsible … Continue reading

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The cameras that made the magic possible

We all know that when it comes to film making, the camera we use can have the single greatest bearing on the outcome! But more importantly, it comes down to the mind that guides the camera and captures incredible scenes … Continue reading

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We Are Back!

After a long time away from the keyboard, we’re now back with more amazing stories on film making, filmmakers and everything cinematic.  Get your regular dose of wisdom on direction, cinematography, VFX, screenwriting, music and other technical aspects with the … Continue reading

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