ZEISS Full Exposure is a podcast that brings you the people who impact the worlds of photography and filmmaking. Interviews, tips, and gear reviews.
ep. 51 Tom Hurwitz, ASC & Claudia Raschke Part 2
In part two of our chat with Claudia Raschke and Tom Hurwitz, ASC, they dove into the importance of being mindful of editing as a continuous process when shooting, not merely as a post-production process alone.
ep.50 Tom Hurwitz & Claudia Raschke
Last November, in New York City, the Manhattan editors workshop held its fifth consecutive evening entitled sight sound and story the art of cinematography.
Jim Kamp was invited to moderate a chat with acclaimed cinematographers Claudia Raschke, DP on such docs as “Mad Hot Ballroom” and “RBG”, and Tom Hurwitz, ASC who was DP on such notable docs as the Oscar-winning “Harlan County, USA” and “The Queen of Versailles”
In part one, Claudia and Tom discussed their perspective on how they approach telling each story visually.
ep.49 Aleksandr Karjaka
On our final episode from New York, we were joined by fashion photographer, portraitist, designer and concert musician, Aleksandr Karjaka. He extols the similarity of photography and music by describing how he captures the essence of a subject by listening with his eyes --and watching and interacting with the subject, not the camera.
When he’s not behind a camera you might see him behind a clarinet at Carnegie hall or the metropolitan opera house, fashion designing or teaching fashion photography at Parsons School of Design – the New School.
ep.48 Jason Vong and Vivienne Lee
Jason Vong and Vivienne Lee are not just content creators, but workshop leaders, hybrid film - photo shooters and popular influencers.
Their engaging YouTube banter and tech tips have helped them garner a huge following of photo enthusiasts on social media.
They joined us at Photoplus to talk about how they started ...and gave tips on developing one’s individual style by encouraging community engagement and infusing personality into content.
ep.47 Brian Matiash
Brian Matiash is a widely published photographer, author and Zeiss Ambassador based in Utah who fuses landscape and travel photography with experiential storytelling and educational ventures helping emerging photographers hone their craft through his podcasts and tutorials.
Today’s Guests: Brian Matiash
Host & Producer: Jim Kamp
ep.46 Charles Libin
Growing up in New York City, cinematographer Charles Libin absorbed the gritty, seventies-era filmmaking of movies made in Manhattan like “Taxi Driver”, “Mean Streets”, and “Dog Day Afternoon”.
The Brooklyn-based cinematographer has over the years done documentary camerawork on several Jonathan Demme films including his Neil Young Trilogy, and numerous performance films including Julian Schnabel’s “Lou Reed: Berlin” as well as feature work for Jim Mckay’s “En El Séptimo Día,” one of the Hollywood Reporter’s ten best films of the year.
Libin’s latest documentary work is the soon-to-be released “The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash”.
We sat down with Charles to discuss his influences growing up in such a heady time in New York during the evolution of on-location shooting.
Today’s Guests: Charles Libin
Host & Producer: Jim Kamp
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