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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Cameron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Cameron, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Cameron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Cameron, often where they are interviewed.

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Emmy-nominated director and cinematographer Paul Cameron, ASC: Westworld, 21 Bridges, Man on Fire, Gone in 60 Seconds, Collateral

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Paul Cameron, ASC got his start guerilla-shooting live music with borrowed equipment from film school. Starting off in the budding world of music videos and fast-paced commercials creatively prepared Paul for the action/thriller genre. Paul met cinematographer-turned-director Dominic Sena, who gave him the opportunity to shoot Paul's first feature, Gone in 60 Seconds. They were able to collaborate and communicate with a shared visual language. Later, Paul's work on the film Man on Fire with director Tony Scott allowed him to really hone his look. Though he prefers to use film cameras, Paul had the opportunity to shoot Michael Mann's Collateral with digital cameras, one of the first major films to use the technology. Jonathan Nolan, the director and producer of the HBO series, Westworld, asked Paul to shoot the pilot before there was even a script. They quickly decided to shoot on 35 mm to capture the grand scale of the western landscape. For season three of Westworld, Paul was the director of photography for the first episode, and has earned an Emmy nomination for his work. He also had the opportunity to direct episode four of the series for the very first time and really enjoyed it. Westworld will return for Season 4.

Find Paul Cameron: https://paulcamerondp.com/
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See Westworld on HBO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvGE7Cz9VDA

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Aug 24 2020 · 54mins
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72 - Television, with PAUL CAMERON

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When we watch the news on TV, how does it impact us? Guest Minute with Paul Cameron https://www.wbtv.com/2018/12/14/prominent-charlotte-anchorman-paul-cameron-retiring-after-being-your-side-years/
Aug 09 2020 · 5mins

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The Role of the Church in Discipleship, A Conversation Pt 2 - Phil Hamilton, Moriah Weston, Paul Cameron and Andy Bennett

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In this the second of a two part discussion panel, Phil Hamilton, Moriah Weston, Paul Cameron and Andy Bennett look at the role of the individuals and the church in carrying out the great commission to go and make disciples.

Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

Jun 28 2020 ·
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The Role of the Church in Discipleship, A Conversation Pt 1 - Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

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In this the first of a two part discussion panel, Phil Hamilton, Moriah Weston, Paul Cameron and Andy Bennett look at the role of the individuals and the church in carrying out the great commission to go and make disciples.

Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

Jun 27 2020 ·
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Paul Cameron, Craig Fisher, & Matt Cretzman | Who Ya Know Show

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On this episode of the Who Ya Know Show, Trevor, Mark, and Foster speak with Paul Cameron, Craig Fisher, and Matt Cretzman.
Jun 10 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Westworld Season 3 Cinematography (with Paul Cameron ASC) GCS216

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Westworld cinematographer Paul Cameron ASC. takes us behind the scenes of Season 3

Paul and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the visual differences between seasons of Westworld, how he blends the old west with the future, transition from DP to director, how he fills the frame's background with lighting, and more!

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What you will learn in this episode
  • Staying creative during COVID-19 (02:40)
  • Visual approach to Westworld season 3 (07:49)
  • Importance of prepping and storyboarding (21:30)
  • Transitioning from DP to director (34:12)
  • Relationship between director and talent (39:23)
  • Challenges of filming with exterior lights at night (48:41)
  • How Paul fills the background using lights (52:38)
  • Approach to camera movement in Westworld (01:00:59)
  • Advice for filmmakers (01:04:50)
  • And more!

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Apr 14 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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2: Paul Cameron, ASC on Westworld & the Craft of Cinematography

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Welcome to the Art of the Shot podcast! Join writer and filmmaker Derek Stettler for a brand-new filmmaking show featuring conversations with the artists behind the camera on strikingly-shot films, series, music videos and commercials. Discover how they made their careers happen, hear about their creative process, and learn how they make the shots that make us say: wait, how did they do that?

For this second episode, I speak with acclaimed cinematographer Paul Cameron, ASC. Paul has worked on quite a few visually groundbreaking films, including his first big feature, Gone In 60 Seconds, then Man on Fire, Collateral, Deva Vu, the 2012 remake of Total Recall, the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie, The Commuter and the last film of his to come out, 21 Bridges. He’s also shot a few Super Bowl commercials! 

His cinematography for director Michael Mann’s 2004 film, Collateral, was one of the first Hollywood studio films to embrace and reveal the potential of shooting with digital cameras. But he still adores the medium of film and shot the pilot for HBO’s Westworld on 35mm film, earning an Emmy Award nomination and ASC Award nomination in 2017.

In a wide-ranging conversation, Paul talks about his work with Tony Scott, how he translates a script into imagery, and of course his work as both a cinematographer and director on Season 3 of Westworld.

SPOILER WARNING for Season 3 of Westworld! If you aren’t caught up with episode 4 yet, which Paul directed, go and watch it now. The show is extraordinary and Season 3 is an entirely new direction for it.

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I handle every aspect of producing, publishing, and promoting the podcast myself, and your support helps me continue to provide these kinds of high-quality episodes with people working at the top of the craft. But even if you can't afford to donate, please know your time spent listening is already a deeply appreciated form of support. Thank you!

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Apr 06 2020 · 1hr 53mins
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Paul Cameron: An Interview

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An interview with Paul Cameron, former news anchor of WBTV.

Mar 18 2019 ·
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Paul Cameron on THE COMMUTER, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, MAN ON FIRE, and COLLATERAL

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Paul Cameron, ASC has worked on some of the most visually groundbreaking feature films of the past decade. He is best known for his work on Pirates of The Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Man on Fire, Collateral, Gone in 60 Seconds, Total Recall, and The Last Supper. He also shot the pilot of the critically acclaimed HBO’s series Westworld.

I had Paul on the show to discuss his latest film The Commuter, starring Liam Neeson that's playing in theatres now.
Jan 18 2018 · 36mins
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Paul Cameron

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Director of Photography Paul Cameron joins Deadline Hollywood's Anthony D'Alessandro for a discussion about his career and work on HBO's Westworld. Produced by David Janove.

Jun 12 2017 · 21mins
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