Robin Browne BSC

May 1987
Image Technology;May1987, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p180
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of cameraman Robin Browne concerning techniques in cinematography. Browne comments that it is good to use split screens to make direct comparison on test films. He points out his methods and techniques in developing a good contrast in cinematography. He also talked about the recent developments involved in special effects and composites on a wide range of feature story boards which are being applied in British studios.


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