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The importance of logs

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It’s easy to lose track of things on a film shoot. That’s why film crews keep meticulous logs of everything that happens. On Albert, we didn’t, and that was a mistake. The reason we didn’t was quite simple: Albert was never meant to be a movie. Our plan was that we would shoot a complete, short film each summer and spend winter… Read more »

Kitted up

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You can’t make a movie without a camera. Seems pretty obvious, doesn’t it? Turns out, though, that a camera by itself is fairly limiting. As someone who’s been a professional stills photographer (on and off) for 30 years, I’ve always understood that equipment is important. Photography enthusiasts tend to obsess about, even fetishise, their kit. But to a pro, equipment… Read more »