Cinematographer Explains 3 Different Camera Lenses | Vanity Fair

čas přidán 19. 08. 2019
Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel takes us through the differences between wide-angle, normal and telephoto lenses. He explains the science of each lens using examples from “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Drive” and “Three Kings”.
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  • That cut at 2:46 was flawless 🙌

  • Great video Vanity!

  • What is the better way to learn all of this.. uni or apprenticeship?

  • amazing explanations, really leant a lot

  • Harvey keitel is a DP now?

  • I want a mentor like him :)

  • color grade is not good in this video

  • I didnt know tinkeehatfield was a cinematographer too

  • song min. 3:00?

  • i love this series so much - can you make more of these post-pandemic plz

  • Don't even tell me that's not Harvey Keitel

  • Experience is so underrated .

  • It could be interesting to make a video like this with the DoP of Mr. Robot

  • 4:35 Have you noticed ?????

  • The sense satisfaction when you spend 10mins with extreme value!

  • I wish more content on youtube was a good as this

  • Walter Ehrmantraut.

  • This guy is a legend and a good teacher

  • Great talk but, I don't think the last Freddie shot was done with an actual lens. ☺️👍

  • That was great! Thanks ^_^

  • Man this is so well produced

  • Beat any education courses 😳

  • Very informative for myself as a want to be director and quite well done.

  • That was very informative. Thank you very much!

  • Pretty cool

  • This is perhaps the best video on focal length. Period. Thank you so much :)

  • This is the best video about lenses on the internet. Thank you!

  • Some great color palette with the purple and brown background as well. See what you did there!

  • Thank you.. you look and sound like Bruce Willis.

  • Very helpful

  • It's cool how they got Harvey Keitel to play the cinematographer. :)

  • I've never seen a better explanation of the basics of focal length and their effects, and how to use them, brilliantly. Newton is an artistic treasure. Thank you.

  • Amazingly explained! Short and directly to the point! Here it is the art! To explain your knowledge in few words! EXCELLENT!

  • Great video!!!

  • Thank you 🙏 That was great - eye wide) opener 👍

  • Harvey Keitel’s cinematic brother

  • Thank you!

  • Mike ehrmantraut as a cinematographer

  • This was lot to understand Thanks a lot sir

  • This is incredible thanks!

  • Wow I never knew cinematographers can have such an impact. Theyre just as important in the creation of a film as the directors themselves 😲

  • Thank you Ben Kingsley looking guy... I've learnt some nice things

  • What a chill dude...very informative thanks

  • He makes me want to shoot myself. In film. His explanation makes me understand and respect the shots so much more

  • WOW!!!

  • I laughed so hard at 6:11😂 such great detail and articulated very well and with a great sense of humour

  • Why would anyone go to filmschool when you have youtube.

  • Wow great examples!

  • not some of inside but a lot of inside .thanks sir your point of view gives me a wider picture of how to shoot any video

  • Thanks so much! What FL is a normal lens, 35 and 50?

  • The last sentence is gold.. Thanks. Did change perspective

  • Did he say qualudes lol HOOK ME UP

  • What lens/lenses used in the war movie 1917 as every shot seems to be taken using wide angle lens.

  • This video is super powerful!! Masterclass.

  • Great great great explanation

  • Exceptionally well done video!

  • VERY informative, thank you....!

  • My head is blown. This is everything i didnt know I needed to know! Thank you so much!

  • He reminds me of Harvey Keitel.

  • Keren banget😍🙏❤️🌹🔔👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • I'm just going crazy. That pair of spectacles is dope. What brand is that? Anyone?

  • Amazing explanation

  • His words and sarcastic thoughts reminds me tyka wititi.

  • that outfit is smooth

  • 7:57 Meanwhile, with my a6400 and a smallrig cage.

  • I still didn't understood a thing he was saying

  • In Drive, how wide do you think that angle is? I am doing a project wich includes some medium shots, and i am trying to estimate the right focal lenght in order to avoid extreme facial distorsion. Would a 24mm be too much, compared to the 35mm?

  • Thanks. Very informative. But, why do all of these instructional videos have such CRAPPY soundtracks??? ANNOYING!!! Makes the learning experience untenable. Bye.

  • Sometimes he sounds like Joaquin Phoenix

  • At 0:23 i know how they did it but what's the name of that effect? I really like it and i saw many movie use this technique

    • Dolly Zoom or vertigo zoom cs-tv.org/tv/video-u5JBlwlnJX0.html Hope it help.

  • quaaludes

  • Explained in such an explicit, but easy to grasp manner 🙏🏽

  • OMG!!! This is amazing... A whole world of visual language for video and photo both in a nutshell! Thank you so much man

  • Love this video thank you

  • A true legend, like mentioned. Better than film school, thank you for sharing this insight.

  • The difference between the immense DoF at 8.50 shot with a wide angle compared to the very narrow shot of the Driver getting into the caravan, shot with a tele, is giving me a headache.

  • 6:10 come on don't be shy, take some more

  • AMAZING

  • I saw it this randomly in the recomended section, and it turns out this man is the cinematographer of one of my favorite movies, Drive. I freaked out when I saw Ryan standing there and the title: Drive (2011) dir. Nicolas Winding Refn, d.p. Tom Sigel.

  • y'all have no idea how helpful this is for me as a minor in Film Studies