On this week’s Go Creative Show, host Ben Consoli talks to Pete Konczal, Cinematographer of House of Cards season 4, about his lighting and lensing secrets. If your a fan of House of cards then you should definitely take the time to listen to this episode. House of Cards is one of my favourite shows and I love the way they focus on the composition and the majority of shots are static.
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Spotlight: Pete Konczal
Pete Konczal is the incredibly talented cinematographer of the massive Netflix show, House of Cards season 4. Pete and Ben discuss how he incorporated his style into this season, his shooting and lighting techniques, and why living in the shadows is more fun.
The Cinematography of House of Cards
The lighting and shooting techniques that Pete brought to House of Cards season 4
Why was the 32mm the hero lens
Embracing the shadows
Why the Oval Office is the hardest space to shoot in
Shooting on Red Dragon with the internal low light filter
The benefits of shooting with 2 cameras
The benefits of shooting art and fashion films
Why Pete is inspired by Gordon Willis
and much more!
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