Episode IV of the Digital Cinema Show has now been posted and is available to view from the DCS website. It features features an in-depth interview on Lighting and Composition with Robert Yeoman, ASC. He has served as Director of Photography on such features as The Grand Budapest Hotel, Spy, Moonrise Kingdom, and most recently, the new Ghostbusters movie.
Next we check in on Post Production Supervisor and Post Producer for Peter Mavromates. Working with David Fincher he has been pioneering the use of higher resolution finishing on shows such as Gone Girl, House of Cards, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Our final segment of this episode features an interview with Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC, Oscar nominated Cinematographer of Atonement and Anna Karenina. He shares his feelings about camera filtration and why he feels it is important to lock in your look on set, as well as the differences he sees between filtering for Digital Compared to Film.
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We also need to acknowledge our many volunteer DCS crew members including Producer David Mahlmann, Cinematographers Cameron Canon, Crickett Peters, Dwight Lay, Sean Murray, Mitch Gulbin, Scott MacDonald and Joel Lipton. In addition to Rainer Standke who edited our Mavromates interview segment, all audio recording and other post production were performed by the versatile Christopher Scott Knell.
Special thanks also to Schneider Optics for allowing to excerpt the Seamus McGarvey, ASC, BSC interview from their archives. All coverage is accessible from the Digital Cinema Show link on the DCS homepage or visit: https://vimeopro.com/digitalcinemasociety/digital-cinema-show