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On Set: Fathers & Daughters – What Hand Held Camera Tells an Audience

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Copyright Info- Movie: Fathers and Daughters, Studio: Voltage Pictures, Director: Gabriele Muccino, Date: 2015

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We discuss the following:

• My C500 “fist of fury” camera rig
• How I created a natural contrast in a bright, large room
• Shaping light to prevent unwanted shadows
• Using Rosco Litepads to assist with exposure

Find out why I used our “fist of fury” handheld rig for the Canon C500 to shoot scenes on Day 18 of Fathers and Daughters. We built this rig for Need for Speed as well, which brought an immersive experience to the audience.

3 reviews for On Set: Fathers & Daughters – What Hand Held Camera Tells an Audience

  1. 5 out of 5


    Hi Shane , Thank you for your informative post. Actually you are always astonishing us and make our brain get brilliant.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Thank you so much for this post Shane! I have been bouncing around an idea in my head that involves a oner.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Excellent as always! I was so moved by that short clip from “Fathers and Daughters.” I can’t imaging how heavy that movie gets.

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