Com a presença marcante da estonteante modelo @samanthabesen dedico um pensamento de uma mulher que marcou sua época. "Gostaria que você soubesse que existe dentro de si uma força capaz de mudar sua vida, basta que lute e aguarde um novo amanhecer"
Margaret Thatcher (A dama de ferro)
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•This is the last of three “behind the scenes” from the wedding last weekend. Found a perfect alley right next to a restaurant for this intimate wedding portrait. With our @westcottlighting 24 inch rapid Octobox modifier and our @profotousa B1x, we were able to significantly knock down the ambient light to give the portrait and darker more romantic feel. •
•Shot at 1/640s, ISO 100, and f/1.8
BTS Old car living in the desert 🚘🏜. Model scale photography
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The camerawork becomes part of the story as actress Natalie Portman dances in director Darren Aronofsky’s psychological horror film “Black Swan” (2010).
Cinematographer Matthew Libatique worked with dance choreographer Benjamin Millepied to plan out the dance sequences, shooting the rehearsals so he’d have references for every shot he wanted to ultimately capture. For the actual production, he continued to use small cameras in order to capture the intricacies of the dance movements, allowing for more flexibility and ease of movement.
Portman felt that “dancing with the camera”—techniques that move the camera along with the dancer—achieved exactly what the approach set out to do: allow the audience to connect with the dance on a more personal and emotional level. “I think that the fact that both operators we had were really incredible people was really helpful,” she says, “because I think the ability that I could be communicating with the person behind the camera was super important that there was this sort of emotional connection.”
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kejadiaan di sebuah hotel di bandaraya kl suatu ketika dahulu. masih lagi mencari siap dalang dan org yg merancang letopan dan memusnahkan tmpt ini. akhirnya setelah dikenal pasti bahawa kejadiaan ini hanyalah rancangam yg di buat dgn teliti. sehingga perancang dan org yg bertanggungjawab tidak di ambil tindakkan krn mrk hanya buat sekadar memenuhi kehendak babak dalam filem DON 1. org yg dopertanggungjawabkan itu adalah team #personalityproduction dan group stunt yg terlibat. #makingof#personalityproduction#donmovie#don#filmaker
Here's a look at how Tom made Venom.💥💥💥Check out these highlights from a behind-the-scenes video by @igndotcom ~ and go to ign.com now to see more from their exclusive #Venom set visit. #IGN Premiere is rolling out an exclusive week of Venom content so keep checking back to see what they drop next.
“All of the visual effects work for Venom takes place after filming wraps, so Tom Hardy is essentially performing as two characters: Eddie Brock and Venom, the symbiote that makes him an antihero.”
VFX supervisor Paul Franklin: “Tom voices the character at all times, and that vocal performance is so rich and so characterful that we have plenty to start working with straightaway. So we’re capturing Tom’s physical performance, and that, in turn, is also informing what’s going on with the digital character.”
The scene Hardy is filming takes place soon after Venom first bonds with Eddie. The crew used the San Francisco setting to their advantage; Eddie and Venom argue for control of Eddie’s body.
Oliver Scholl, production designer: “It’s like trying to imagine this creature, having them in yourself, and he’s very experimental about it. He’s trying out different versions of what he could be saying, thinking, how the interaction would be. Interaction is the wrong word, because he’s interacting with himself. [It’s] Tom finding Venom, or trying to find him inside him, like, bringing him out and playing this schizophrenic personality, and I think it’s a very different tone.”
Venom begins and ends with Hardy. It’s his physical performance that informs the way the VFX team designs the symbiote launching out of Eddie’s body, whether it’s inky black tentacles lashing out at would-be attackers or the Venom head coming out of Eddie to talk to him face-to-face. Franklin, who previously worked with Hardy on The Dark Knight Rises, used Hardy’s performance as a launching point, and his team created a digital model of him to track the actor’s movements “very, very precisely.”
#tomhardy#venom#bts#venomset#behindthescenes#makingof#venommovie@venommovie 🌟 for anyone who can spot the other Venom Mr #JakeTomuri in this footage / my iPhone edit 😩