genres, and postproduction processesincluding the digital intermediate (DI).
Interwoven are quotes from working ASC cinematographers.
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|Publisher:||Wiese, Michael Productions|
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About the Author
history, and cinematographyfor thirty years at various universities. Currently a full professor at California State University, Fullerton, she is also an adjunct professor at Farleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ.
In 2016 Jacqueline was invited to Camerimage to serve on the jury of the
Student Etudes competition. She has taught workshops at Hunter College,
Intermedia Arts Department, and the CSU Summer Arts program, where she created a digital-cinematography workshop (2012) with Robert Primes, Amy
Vincent, and ASC. She has taught Cinematography for Directors at the UCLA
extension program, and for three lucky summers taught documentary production in Florence, Italy, as part of the CSUF study-abroad program. For over a decade
Jacqueline programed the CSUF Collegiate Showcase at the Newport Beach Film
Additionally, Jacqueline has been the cinematographer or producer on numerous short films, independent features, and documentaries that have screened at festivals around the world. She is a partner and freelance cinematographer at
Jacqueline Frost lives in the New York metropolitan and Los Angeles areas.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Director and Cinematographer: Creative Collaborators 1
Chapter 2 The Cinematographer and the Script 20
Chapter 3 The Aesthetics of Lenses 45
Chapter 4 Visual References (Color) 75
Chapter 5 The Color Palette of Film 100
Chapter 6 Genre Films and Lighting for Genre 142
Chapter 7 The Tools and Aesthetics of Movement 171
Chapter 8 Various Formats: "The Canvas" 202
Chapter 9 The Completion Process 232
Chapter 10 A History of Creative Collaborators 255
Cinematographer Credits List 275
About the Author 281