Sheets of iridescent, emerald light wave like flags, undulating across midnight blue of the crisp, night sky in Bardu, Norward. The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, can be best seen during the months when “polar nights” — a phenomenon where night extends for more than 24 hours in the northern- and southern-most points of the earth — ensue. In Norway, this is between the months of October and March. What would you do if you had an “eternal” night? (📷: 📍: Altevatnet, Bardu, Norway)
This is brilliant. Limiting you colour palette actually makes drama more effective. Cinematographers work hard with the production designer to suck colour out of the image on many films to create pastels. Why? Black and white has been proven to be the most emotive of formats. So the closer your image to black and white the more powerful the result. Saturated images better generally for comedy. No absolutes but worth thinking about. Borrowed from the great site @filmandcolor
@diogosales8 getting ready for the next take!
He Smiled is live now, link on bio.
A Short Film that I got to Direct and Edit.
Written by @thepartyman89
Produced by @louisebrabrand
Cinematography by @d.atadini