Recent content by Cliffcam

  1. Emerging Cinematographer Award winner who loves to collaborate

    I am always looking for interesting projects to shoot. I'd love to hear more about the project! Typically, I like to read the script and talk with the director about their vision to see if I'm a good fit for the project.
  2. Emerging Cinematographer Award winner who loves to collaborate

    Hi! I'm a cinematographer, so I'm not usually in the position to hire composers. But if any of the directors I work with are looking, I will let you know. Thanks.
  3. Emerging Cinematographer Award winner who loves to collaborate

    Not as often as I would like. I have an Arri IIC 35mm film camera that I used to use on music videos, but it has not seen much action lately. I'm not quite ready to part with it...mostly for nostalgic reasons. I have a stash of 16mm B&W film in my fridge that I'm itching to use. Just looking for...
  4. camera POV Camera RIG

    Going handheld with a camera that does not have a global shutter can lead to some distracting qualities in the footage (i'm looking at you Jello-cam). With that said, you can still achieve great POV shots by trying to minimize how much and how quickly the horizon shifts in the frame. Also fast...
  5. lighting At Night in the Woods

    Having some atmosphere such as smoke or fog (as previous poster Scoopicman mentioned) will help to raise the ambient light levels. Often times for wide shots a high angle light used as a back light or edge light to simulate moonlight (the amount of blue you add-or don't add- is up to you and the...
  6. Emerging Cinematographer Award winner who loves to collaborate

    Hi! I'm Clifford. I am an LA based cinematographer and I like work with creative folks to help bring their vision to the screen. I have experience with classic film cameras as well as the latest digital systems. But, in my opinion, lighting and composition that serves the story is way more...
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