A cinema experiment: what rival visions would emerge if you pitted the director of The Bicycle Thieves against the producer of Gone with the Wind on the same movie material? History can tell us…
“The only great problem of cinema seems to be more and more, with each film, when and why to start a shot and when and why to end it.”
— Jean Luc Godard
This is an interesting Behind the Scenes produced by [FRAMED]. Learning studio strobes and studio techniques are a challenging and fun process….now imagine adding water. Holding your breath, not being able to communicate to your model, etc. Mallory Morrison started as a dancer and took those artistic skills as a trained photographer and dancer to the water. Today, Mallory takes us underwater to shoot a fashion spread for Live Orange County Magazine.
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Photographer: Mallory Morrison
BTS produced by FRAMED
Here’s another sexy behind the scenes shot by Two Penguins Productions of Victoria’s Secret bombshell Miranda Kerr for GQ’s Love, Sex and Madness issue.
GQ photos here.
About Two Penguins
Two Penguins Productions is a full-service visual media lab equipped to execute every phase of motion picture and video production. Offices in Los Angeles, New York and Portland.
Founded by Daniel Fickle and Philip Buiser.
Red Giant TV will take you behind the scenes of the new short film Plot Device. “Plot Device,” a nine minute short film directed by Seth Worley, and executive produced by Red Giant’s own Aharon Rabinowitz. Aharon and Seth co-wrote the film, working together in close collaboration throughout the project. You’ll hear directly from the cast and crew about filming, color correction, compositing, and visual FX, and you’ll learn how the powerful tools in Magic Bullet suite 11 helped them create the film on a very limited timescale and budget.
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