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Los Angeles, CA. -- The American Society of Cinematographers cordially invite those who enjoy the finer points of filmmaking to the most important meal of the day, with the launch of theASC Breakfast Club. Slated as a regular series, taking place throughout the year, this is a unique opportunity for amateur filmmakers and lovers of cinema alike to join ASC cinematographers for a light breakfast and a mind-blowing excursion into the psyches of the men and women who make movie magic happen. To see more of my Photography click read more. 

Rosco LitePad Loop 

The lightweight and portable LitePad Loop kept Michael Artsis nimble enough to shoot in offices, boardrooms, laboratories and even on construction sites where crews were installing new equipment. This is also why cinematographer Matt Turve turned to LitePad Loop as one of the central lighting tools he used recently to shoot a low-budget feature entitled Sunny & Ray Ray.


Shooting a feature like this meant a lot of in-home locations, which made it hard to bring in huge lighting packages. One of the innovative ways Matt put his LitePad Loop to work was by taking it off camera every now and then. Sure, LitePad Loop is a great ring light, but sometimes you don’t want the light flat and on-axis – you want it coming from an angle. So, using the Loop’s unique magnetic attachment to the camera, Matt was able to quickly and easily detach and re-attach the Loop to his camera as the scene necessitated.

Friends of the ASC

Friends of the ASC is a community of like-minded filmmakers, where you’ll find exclusive access to videos and events, as well as access to ASC members via the online Friends Forum. The instruction you’ll find within Friends of the ASC—directly from ASC cinematographers—will help you grow in your craft.  To see more of my Photography click read more.