Cinema EOS: Insights from the Crew
November 12, 2012
Directors and cinematographers from four of Canon's Cinema EOS demo shorts share their experience, technical insights, and production anecdotes in our exclusive audio commentaries.
EOS C500: Jeff Cronenweth, ASC, and Danta Ariola describe the challenges of working in small spaces and dealing with less than perfect lighting conditions, in creating a moving story with stunning imagery in this film about a boy who grows up conquering his stuttering problem and devoting his life to the preservation of endangered animals in the film Man and Beast.
EOS-1D C: Shane Hurlbut, ASC, and Po Chan discuss the technical settings for capturing the look and feel of scenes evoking a sense of different realities, shot in stunning 4K resolution with the EOS-1D C, in the intriguing film The Ticket.
EOS C300: Sam Nicholson, ASC, and Dana Christiaansen deconstruct their approach to lighting, shooting and editing with green-screen and other heavy special effects in the futuristic XXIT.
EOS C300: Vincent Laforet and Polly Morgan discuss the challenges of working in harsh desert conditions to capture the stark, sun baked look in Mobius.
To see the full films without commentary, as well as behind the scenes content, check out the official Cinema EOS Media Gallery