British filmmaker, Simon Cade looks at natural light and open spaces – how does that affect our cinematography?

Today we join Simon Cade from the DSLRguide to look at a few simple tips to tell your story and set the mood when filming outside. Simon looks at few gear options, using natural light and open spaces, and how these affect your cinematography. Thinking about angles and details can have a major impact on setting the mood for your story, each choice can play a role in representing your chosen location in a very different way. Let’s take a look…

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