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 No.14773

I'm really interested in learning about it but don't know where to start. Are there any good resources for understanding film workflow? All the aesthetic related things like negative stocks, film stocks, color grading, lookup tables, and how they all fit together. How "warm"/"cool"/"washed out" palettes are made and all that.

Pic related, some red that I like.

 No.14775

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I'm not an expert but take a look at this book and see if it helps at all. The pdf with text is a good download option because it can be searched.

https://archive.org/details/Cinematography_Theory_and_Practice


 No.14776

Every angle marvel doesn't use


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For everything always go with your gut or what you feel and cement experiments before learning conventionally or the rules. I recommend drawing or photography for angle perspective and ideas before film, every scene/frame is it's own work of art.

>>14776

This is good advice, looking at what's mediocre will tell you what not to do.


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Channlecriswell has some good videos on composition and color, as for working literally film stock I'd love to learn as well


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>>14773

Why do people feel the need to PAY to have threads on the top page? Do you WANT the tards of 8chan to come here?


 No.15203

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Here's some masterful cinematography for you.




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