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The Cinematography of Altered Carbon

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Today we explore the cinematography of Altered Carbon with Directors of Photography Martin Ahlgren and Neville Kidd.



Spotlight: Martin Ahlgren and Neville Kidd

  • The cinematography of Altered Carbon
  • The collaborative workflow between Martin and Neville
  • What was the visual inspiration for Altered Carbon’s iconic look
  • Planning for the future of lighting
  • Shooting on 360 degree sets
  • Why the futuristic look of Altered Carbon nods to the past
  • Mixing Canon and Cooke lenses
  • Data management
  • Shooting stunt and fight sequences
  • and much much more!


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