So for the last 3 months its been kinda busy. So this is what I´ve been up to.
In the beginning of November we wrapped up the feature film “HEF” after 4 weeks of shooting. It was a lot of fun, so I’m really looking forward to the end result.
Big thanks to Jonathan for letting me be a part of this and a Big thank you to the team for their great efforts!!!
Here is a link for the teaser: http://andresrignell.se/project/hef/
In the beginning of november my colleagues from the fsf “Swedish Society Of Cinematographers” and I was invited by Sony for a workshop at the Pinewood Studios.
It was an 2 day event of lots of information and a great workshop for any one who is interested in learning about the Sony Cinema cameras.
You can read more about the workshop here: http://www.sony.co.uk/pro/article/broadcast-products-dmpce-centre-of-excellence
In the beginning of January I tutored at the REDucation program which was held 3 days before the GoKinema in Gothenburg.
I would recommend anyone who wants to learn more about the RED camera and the workflow to really apply for this workshop.
It´s a 3 day course where you get a complete overview of the camera menus and options. Not only that ,but you also get to do some test filming where you have the chance to try out the stuff you went trough in the beginning of the day.
After the filming you will go trough the workflow and the set-ups for that. Of curse there is a lot more, but to get all that info, you just have to take the course. 😀
I must say I really enjoyed the part of being a teacher ,of course having nice students always helps.
I hope REDucation will come back for more classes, because it’s a great way to learn about the camera and the process behind it.
Big thank you to all the teachers, Camera Center, Visual Arena, Gothenburg Studios, RED and all other partners that helped out to make this happened.
If you want to know more you can head on over and check it out by clicking on this link: http://www.red.com/reducation
This year was the first time that I attended the Gokinema in Gothenburg and I must say that it was a great experience and lots of fun.
I got to meet a lot of nice new people and colleagues.
I was also there representing the fsf “Swedish Society Of Cinematographers”.
I attended 2 Master classes and 1 workshop.The first one was a Master Class with Mr Dick Pope the cinematographer for “Mr Turner” and it was a really nice and inspiring class with a lot of interesting storys from Mr Pope.
The next class was with my friend and fellow cinematographer Jallo Faber. He shared his experience on shooting “Gentlemen” ,this too was really inspring and educational, so thank you so much Jallo for sharing.
The Workshop was held by Mr Dick Pope. In his workshop he showed us different ways of how to light a scene and explained the way he approached the solutions.
During the lighting process we were given the possibility to ask him questions.It was a really nice and interesting way to se how other cinematographers are making their lighting choices.
When you attend next year, don’t forget to look at the “Open Set” which is very interesting and educational to watch.
The participants this year was cinematographer Dewald Aukema who collaborated with director Ninja Thyberg.
The second collaboration was between Cinematographer Dick Pope and Cecilia Turquato.
Tremendous work and big thanks to Paul Blomgren, Marie Jansons, Michael Petersen, Luisa Fanciullacci and all other partners for making this happened!!!
Keep up the great work!!! And I´m really looking forward to seeing you all next year at Gokinema! 😀
Here you can check out the trailers for Gentlemen and Mr Turner.
Mr Tuner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GKlo2xWvuI
Thank you all for taking your time to read!
All the best!