Popular Post Ed_David Posted June 27, 2017 Popular Post Share Posted June 27, 2017 1. Trust your own opinions. Don't follow what someone likes, even if they are a big shot DP. Do tests. Use your eyes. 2. Don't be lazy. Being lazy is the worst. Get low on the floor. Move that light higher or try something different. 3. Be prepared. Be organized and think before the shoot as much as you can. Make diagrams and lists. 4. Do not overlight. Trust yourself in the moment. Step away from the monitor then come back. 5. Bounce the light. Try that first, then direct. 6. Use a capture device like the odyssey 7q and then take screengrabs and you can compare your lighting and blocking. 7. Communicate as much as you can with your crew ahead of time of how you work. shanebrutal, Juxx989, TheRenaissanceMan and 9 others 12 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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