Two Things That Never Get Easy For Filmmakers – Andy Rydzewski

Film Courage: What is the hardest part of being a cinematographer?

Andy Rydzewski, Cinematographer: The hardest part of being a cinematographer is probably…well…I reserve the right to take this back. In general I think time is always the enemy so I think so is what is trying to manage time. I think that is a big part of filmmaking and probably life too is just time. You can never make more time. You can make everything else but you can’t make more time and as a cinematographer you’re always going to be torn between Ohh, I could add another light or We could bring in some negative space. You can always tweak an image but the more time you give something now the less time you will have in the evening for the scene that is later so you are constantly compromising. So it’s either the battle with time or the battle with ego. The more I work the more I realize ego…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).






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