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My 2012 Cinematography Reel - some handpicked impressions (took about 100 hours of selecting footage and chopping a hell load of clips on the edi… Read More
My 2012 Cinematography Reel - some handpicked impressions (took about 100 hours of selecting footage and chopping a hell load of clips on the editing floor, excluding the time it took to drive all over LA to get the footage from the different filmmakers I worked with) of the projects I shot this year as a Director of Photography. Length: 2 minutes. Shot on: Canon 7D, Canon 5D MkII, RED Scarlet, Sony F3. In there, you'll find narrative films, music videos and commercials. In the tags you'll find the directors of each piece. Read Less
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My 2012 Cinematography reel is finally finished (after many rounds of feedback and constructive criticism)!
2012 Cinematography Reel and Behind the Scenes to the Making of this year's movies I shot.

These are some handpicked impressions (took about 100 hours of selecting footage and chopping a hell load of clips on the editing floor, excluding the time it took to drive all over LA to get the footage from the different filmmakers I worked with) of the projects I shot this year as a Director of Photography.


Length: 2 minutes. Shot on: Canon 7D, Canon 5D MkII, RED Scarlet, Sony F3.
In there, you'll find narrative films, music videos and commercials. In the tags you'll find the directors of each piece.
A 4-minute long version is here: http://vimeo.com/46422185

Shooting a Russian Music Video for Kirill Andreev in the desert
On location of a horror film titled "Burn Scars" in a high school locker room
Shooting Sci-Fi thriller "Noumena" in a California power plant
On set of the musical-drama "Game Over"; here, shooting a dance choreography with the RED Scarlet on a jib.
The car mount used to get action sequences for our feature film "Rocco Bukatzoo"
Silver Firs: "Going Away" - filming in Nevada.
Car crash setup for "Rocco Bukatzoo", filming from five different angles with compact-form DSLRs.
Shooting the Western "What Have I done" from the back of a Pickup Truck