(Interviews: Part 1 and Part 2 Below)
This is one of those interviews that is an absolute privilege to have on the show and should be required listening to get your diploma here at Big League Film School. Bruce Logan, ASC has done it all and we are all so fortunate for his giving spirit. (If you want to know more about Bruce take a look at this write-up on Zacuto’s site – they did a far better job then I could.)
Bruce must be one of the nicest guys with absolutely no ego – I think he forgets who he is and what he’s accomplished. But that’s good for you and I, because we had such a good time and he shares so many tidbits – some of which I was able to employ on two of my shoots the very same week.
We discuss for over an hour specifics about cinematography skills that he employs, and that we can emulate to see our filming take a nice leap. Bruce breaks down for us some specific shots that were done on the short Panasonic film Genesis which was shot with Philip Bloom.
In Part 1 of our interview (24 Minutes) you will find many golden nuggets packed in tightly, many of which, if you pay close attention, can impact your filming immensely. Ask yourself, “how can I implement some of these concepts next time i’m out shooting?”
In Part 2, Bruce and I discuss a few specific shots in “Genesis”, a Short filmed with Philip Bloom.
DID YOU LEARN SOMETHING FROM BRUCE?
LET US KNOW BELOW IN THE COMMENTS!