: Ben Consoli
: The Cinematography of Altered Carbon
Spotlight: Martin Ahlgren and Neville KiddThe cinematography of Altered CarbonThe collaborative workflow between Martin and NevilleWhat was the visual inspiration for Altered Carbon’s iconic lookPlanning for the future of lightingShooting on 360 degree setsWhy the futuristic look of Altered Carbon nods to the pastMixing Canon and Cooke lensesData managementShooting stunt and fight sequencesand much much more!
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