A brand new photo studio available for hire in the heart of Dublin City.
Location: Filmbase basement space http://filmbase.ie/basement-space-for-hire/
Facilities: 3x Elinchrom BRX500 lamps
2x Portalite reflector tents
Elinchrom EL Skyport Plus HS
White/ grey/ green 9ft backdrops
Sekonic L758 Photo/Cine lightmeter
€80 excl.VAT half day ( afternoon only) €150 excl.VAT full day. Non- members welcome.
Various Canon DSLRs available to hire at additional cost.
For enquiries contact Barbara or Alan: email@example.com
Basil Al-Rawi got his hands on the new Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera and took it out to put it through its paces and see what its strengths and weaknesses are.
Kerry-born PJ Dillon won the IFTA for Best Director of Photography in both 2009 for 32A and 2011 for The Runway. He has worked as the DOP for a variety of TV series and films, including Vikings, Ripper Street, Game of Thrones, My Brothers, Kings and Timbuktu. In 2010 he released Rewind, his feature directorial debut. Here Steven Galvin talks to him about getting started in the industry and his experiences as a cinematographer.
Ciarán Tanham has been working in the Television and Film Industry both in Ireland and abroad for over 25 years. He has been nominated for three Irish Television and Film awards and is the president of the Irish Society of Cinematographers (ISC). Here he talks to Steven Galvin about the role of the DOP, his recent project, A Kiss for Jed, and the state of Irish cinematography.
Tim Fleming is and Irish Cinematographer who has worked on the films Once, As if I’m Not There, Hideaways and Citadel as well as numerous TV series including Luther, Silent Witness and is currently working on the upcoming BBC drama, The Musketeers. He spoke to Film Ireland about his choices when it came to photographing Citadel, the Irish thriller directed by Ciaran Foy.
Bob Gallagher is an Irish director and cinematographer who has worked on a number of short film and music videos.