3 things are necessary to become a good Director of Photography: training, experience, and a good eye.

Many people interested in careers in cinematography go to film school, where they learn about the mechanics of the work and have an opportunity to participate in internships on set to get a feel for the work.

Then, they work their way up through the ronk on set, often working in a variety of positions to learn more about the business, before finally becoming Directors of Photography, in which case a good artistic eye becomes crucial.

On set, the Director of Photography  supervises the camera, grip and lighting crews and he will work closely with the set designers, costumers, and makeup artists. Often, the Director of Photography and the Director both have final say over the scenes and cuts that will be included in the finished piece, and the two work closely together to achieve the desired look. The Director of Photography will use lighting, filters, and a variety of camera techniques to shoot a scene in accordance with the wishes of the director.

After 4 years Acadamy of Fine Arts Belgium he graduated in a master degree for directing. From start the lighting and camera became his preferred working tool. Mostly work on TV-series, feature films, commercials and video music projects. Take a look at his C.V. for full resume.

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