In the production of television drama it is a prerequisite for a cinematographer to produce high-quality images and sequences on time, and on budget.
In the 1970s and early 1980s, only four minutes of screen time was, on average, a reasonably busy day on a high-end miniseries, and was often achieved with a single film camera. Today, television drama schedules have become tighter, with the expectation of achieving twelve to fifteen minutes of screen time per day…
Written for Australian Cinematographer Magazine, December 2017, Issue# 76. Read the Full Article here.
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