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  • Game Of Thrones Cinematography (with Robert McLachlan) GCS129

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    IN THIS EPISODE:Robert McLachlan is the brilliant cinematographer behind the lens of some of the most iconic Game of Thrones episodes and he’s here today to share behind the scenes secrets.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: So Ready by Young PresidentsSpotlight: Robert McLachlanCinematographer Robert McLachlan is the director of photography for Ray Donovan, Westworld, and some of the most iconic episodes of Game of Thrones. Robert and I dive deep into the cinematography of Game of Thrones, discussing the behind the scenes secrets from the epic Loot Train Battle, the classic Red Wedding scene, and many more of your favorite and most memorable Game of Thrones momentsSecrets from the Loot Train BattleBlocking the sunlight with smoke Working with first time director Matt ShakmanDelegating responsibilities to make the scene workShireen’s Death on Game of ThronesUsing a closed shutter to create an unsettling moodThe classic noir cinematography of Ray DonovanJon Snows death sceneShooting on Alexa camerasSecrets from the Red Wedding sceneand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:The stories behind Game of Thrones most iconic scenes Ben Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The Cinematography of Atlanta, Glow, and Brigsby Bear (with Christian Sprenger) GCS128

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    Christian Sprenger is the visionary cinematographer behind the lens of FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent film Brigsby Bear and he’s on the show today to share his experiences. The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Forever Alive by Vincent ToneSpotlight: Christian SprengerCinematographer Christian Sprenger has been busy. In just the last couple of years he shot the FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent Sony Picture Classic’s film Brigsby Bear. Christian and I discuss the 3 distinct looks he created in these works, the pro’s and cons of mastering in Dolby Vision HDR, why filmmaking punk rock, and so much more. Creating the 1980's in cameraThe color pallet of Brigsby BearThe unique over-exposure technique used on AtlantaShooting Arri AmiraMastering in Dolby Vision HDRThe value of HDR filmmakingChristians lighting philosophyand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Christian Sprenger's official website Ben Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • Larger Than Life Cinematography (with Ben Allan ACS) GCS127

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    Ben Allan joins us to discuss his recent film, Wild Squad Adventures which was shot in a 5:1 aspect ratio and custom made for one screen, in only one theater in the entire world.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Raiders by CymatixSpotlight: Ben Allan ACSBen Allan’s latest film, Wild Squad Adventures was not only shot in the insanely wide 5:1 aspect ratio, but it was also custom made for only one theater in the entire world. And that theater was created to play only this one film. Ben and I discuss the shooting and lighting challenges of the 5:1 aspect ratio, working with the Blackmagic cinema cameras, shooting with his custom built drone rig, and so much more. Shooting 5:1 Aspect RatioBlocking for super wide shotsThe challenges of Cinerama formatChoosing Blackmagic Cinema CamerasThe Trident 3-camera custom rigShooting with three cameras on a droneA custom made cinema for a custom made filmSLR Magic lensesAdding pop in post productionHow camera movement effected the filmand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Ben Allan ACS Official Website Wild Squad Adventure technical breakdown and story on NewsShooter.comBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • Costume Design Demystified (with Nadine Haders) GCS126

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    Nadine Haders joins us to discuss the artistry and logistics of costume designer for film and television plus, Erik Naso from Newsshooter and I discuss the Red Hydrogen announcement.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Twilight Hours by Reaktor ProductionsSpotlight: Nadine HadersNadine Haders is the talented and versatile costume designer behind films and television shows like Six Feet Under, Deadwood, and the recent Jordan Peele film Get Out. Nadine and I discuss her role as a costume designer and how wardrobe can make or break a character. We dive deep into her work on Get Out and how its’ well defined color pallet supported and enhanced the story, whether you knew it or not. Plus, Erik Naso from NewsShooter.com joins us to discuss the announcement of the Red HydrogenNadine’s work on Get OutWorking with Jordan PeeleHow a costume designer presents ideas to a directorThe importance of the colors blue and red in ‘Get Out’Working with a color pallet in wardrobe designHow do you build a character through wardrobeThe similarities between ‘Get Out’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’Creating a cult through colorNadines work on HBO’s ‘Six Feet Under’The details on the RED HydrogenThe pre-order culture and what it means for the production industryand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Nadine Haders on Instagram Red Hydrogen on NewsShooter.comBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The Super Secret Interview (with Evan Bourcier) GCS125

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    Evan Bourcier is an award-winning director of photography, blogger, podcast host and creator of the Super Secret Film Blog and he’s on today’s shot to talk about the production industry, gear, on-set etiquette and more.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Brickhouse by Stuart RauSpotlight: Evan BourcierEvan Bourcier is an award winning Director of Photography, podcast host, blogger, and creator of the Super Secret Film Blog where he curates information and discussion from filmmakers across the world. Evan and I discuss the state of the production industry for filmmakers and content producers, our favorite new gear, on-set etiquette, the value of sharing information, and so much more.The value of sharing informationDiscussing budget with your peers and clientsSocial life vs work life, is there a boundaryUsing social media to build your brand as a shooter/directorThe ethics of sharing your work onlineThe value of challenging yourselfThe pro’s and con’s of being a one-man-band videographerEvan’s switch from Red to AlexaEvan’s favorite production gearand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Evan Bourcier on Instagram Evan Bourcier on PatreonBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The News From Cine Gear 2017 (with Erik Naso) GCS124

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    Today we Celebrate Cine Gear 2017 with Erik Naso from NewsShooter.com Everything you need to know about the Canon C200, Panasonic EVA1, Sony’s upcoming sensor for their new line of Cine Alta cameras and much much more!The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: We Are Running by Oliver LyuSpotlight: Cine Gear 2017 + Erik NasoErik Naso from NewsShooter.com talks about all the camera, lighting, and lens announcements from Cine Gear 2017.Everything you need to know about theCanon C200The Specs of Panasonic EVA1Sony's upcoming full frame sensorShooting and coloring with Arri Raw with Alexa MiniLeica Thalia lensesNew Fujinon MK lensesHive lighting Wasp 100cQuasar Science LightingThe difference between 8bit and 10bitWhat is Dual Native ISOWhat is Canon Cinema Raw Lightand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Dana Gonzales InstagramBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The Cinematography of Fargo Season 3 (with Dana Gonzales) GCS123

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    Visionary director of photography, Dana Gonzales returns to Go Creative Show to talk about Fargo Season 3 and how the look he developed for Legion inspired this new season.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: The Explorer by Origami PigeonSpotlight: Dana GonzalesDana Gonzales is the brilliant director of photography for two of the most visually stunning television shows on today, FARGO and LEGION. On the surface, it may seem like these shows have nothing in common, but Dana shares the similarities between them and the other films and television shows that inspired the new look of Fargo Season 3. The new look of Fargo Season 3Dana’s visual inspirations for the new FargoDana’s custom LUTShooting and coloring with Arri Raw with Alexa MiniThe benefits of 2:1 RatioThe similarities between Fargo and LegionWorking with Ewan McGregor playing two charactersWorking with a Technodolly for motion controlled camera movementThe biggest shooting challenges in season 3Creating the Los Angeles look and comparing it to MinnesotaThe benefits of keeping violence off screenand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Dana Gonzales InstagramBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The Slow TV Movement (with Thomas Hellum) GCS122

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    Today we explore the Slow TV movement with Thomas Hellum, one of the driving forces behind this Norwegian Television Phenomenon that is changing the way video content is shot, distributed and watched.The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: So Many Feels by Eternity BrosSpotlight: Thomas HellumThomas Hellum produces Slow TV at NRK in Norway… really slow… Like a 134 hour ride on a cruise ship, or a 7 hour train ride, or a 24 hour knitting competition, all unedited and delivered live in real-time. Since it’s first broacast in 2009, Slow TV has captivated worldwide audiences in the millions and created a revolution in the way television is watched. Thomas and I discuss the unique challenges of broadcasting live for multiple days non-stop, how social media has reacted, and how Slow TV is a movement towards being more present and appreciating the world around us like never before. What is Slow TVHow social media respondedMaking the transition to live televisionThe most challenging and rewarding Slow TV specialsBergensbanen minute by minute – train journey across Southern NorwayHow did a 24 hour knitting competition change the way people watch competitive TVIs there a shift towards longer video content online?What's next for Slow TVand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Watch Slow TV NowBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • NAB 2017 (with Matt Allard and Erik Naso) GCS121

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    Today I’m joined by Matt Allard and Erik Naso from NewsShooter.com to discuss all the news and announcements from NAB 2017 The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Creative Trends by Bowtie MusicSpotlight: NAB 2017Listen as we discuss all the news and announcements from NAB 2017 Zeiss CP.3Atlas Orion 2x Anamorphic Tokina 18-25mm T1.5Sigma 14mm and 135mm T2 LensesCooke S7iSLR MagicPanasonic Mystery CameraSony's new Block Camera New Westcott LightingRGBW LED LightsChimera Active diffusionRotolight AeosVisionSmith RelampAputure 300DLitepanels Astra 6X and 3XDigital Anarchy's TranscriptiveFilmConvert CineMatchHyperCharge BatteriesDJI Ronin 2Bright Tangerine Camera RigsTeredek Serv and Serv ProSmallHD Focusand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:NewsShooter.comBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • The Cinematography of Get Out (with Toby Oliver) GCS120

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    a href="http://www.tobyoliver.com/">Toby Oliver ACS is the award-winning cinematographer behind of the lens of the Jordan Peele film “Get Out” and he’s here today to discuss all his lighting and lensing secrets. The Go Creative Show is supported byHedge For MacKessler CraneRule Boston CameraPremiumBeatNews ShooterThe PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Wild Desert Winds by Marc WallochSpotlight: Toby OliverToby Oliver is the award winning cinematographer behind the lens of Jordan Peels debut film “Get Out”. “Get Out” has received high praise from critics and movie goes around the world for it’s story, acting, and cinematography, and Toby shares all his lighting and lensing techniques that gave “Get Out” it’s uniquely horrifying look. We discuss the blending of horror and comedy, why he choose to shoot with zoom lenses, the challenges of a limited budget, and so much more. Rethinking the low budget horror filmWorking with Jordan Peele Choosing Zoom lenses vs. PrimesThe most challenging shots of "Get Out"Shooting car interiors with 2 camerasUsing a small LED lighting kit for feature filmsThe Sunken PlaceLighting ratios and false colorand much much more!SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE:Toby Oliver's WebsiteBen Consoli on InstagramGo Creative Show TwitterBC Media Productions WebsiteSUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS:Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media.HedgeForMac.comKessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmakingwww.kesslercrane.comRule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create.www.rule.com // Rule's Event PagePremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Soundwww.premiumbeat.comNews Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinemaNewsShooter.com

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  • Becoming a Better Interviewer (with Will Humphrey) GCS119

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    Today’s episode is all about conducting successful interviews on camera and we are joined by Will Humphrey from Windy Films to share tips and stories from our experiences. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Dreamcatcher by GYOM Spotlight: Will Humphrey Will Humphrey is a partner and producer at Windy Films, and like many of us, has conducted countless on-camera interviews for his videos. Will and I share tips to help you get the best performances from your interviewee. Weather your shooting documentary, commercial, or corporate video, learning how to be a better interviewer will undoubtedly provide better results. The evolution of interview based videos How authenticity is key for interviews How Windy Films is creating video with social impact Building the perfect cinematographers pitch and mood board Making the move from home office to office space Selecting the perfect talent and preparing them for being on-camera The value of pre-interviews How a good hair and makeup person can shape the success of the shoot day Tips for a successful interview Signs that the interview is going bad, and how to change it How to interrupt your interview without being rude and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Windy Films Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • The Nature Cinematography of Kong Skull Island (with Ross Riege) GCS118

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    Ross Riege is the cinematographer behind the stunningly beautiful environmental landscape shots from Kong: Skull Island. Ross and I discuss his Indi filmmaking approach to this blockbuster feature and it’s innovative “Nature Unit”. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Willing To Cry by Tall Prince Spotlight: Ross Riege Ross Riege’s experience behind the camera has spanned everything from commercial, to documentary, indie films, and even blockbuster Hollywood hits like the recent Kong: Skull Island. With Kong, Ross directed the photography for the “Nature Unit” responsible for everything from sweeping landscape shots, to simple pickups. Ross and I talk all about this unique unit and how he worked with director Jordan Vogt Roberts. Ross also was the director of photography for ABC Networks hit show The Catch and we discuss the big differences between lighting for film vs network television. The Nature Unit of Kong Skull Island Working with Jordan Vogt Roberts Shooting King of Summer Building the perfect cinematographers pitch and mood board How the Nature Unit blended with the other shooting units How Kong Skull Island blended indie and Hollywood filmmaking Shooting landscapes in Vietnam Shooting the ABC series The Catch The difference between lighting for broadcast tv vs feature film and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Ross Riege Website Ross Riege on Instagram Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • The Wandering DP and the Power of Social Media for Cinematographers (with Patrick O’Sullivan) GCS117

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    Patrick O’Sullivan is the brilliant cinematographer known only as The Wandering DP and he’s on the show today to discuss his career in cinematography, his podcast and his passion for sharing knowledge. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Mystical Mountain by Robert Meunier Spotlight: Brave Wilderness Patrick O'Sullivan is the wildly talented cinematographer known only as The Wandering DP. He started his career as a colorist but quickly transitioned into a director of photography by obsessively studying vimeo videos and discovering the lighting patterns in his favorite clips. As the Wandering DP, Patrick shares not only his beautiful work with the world, he also shares his process through his website, blog and podcast. Join us as we talk about cameras, lights, the power of social media and more! The importance of social media for director of photographers Patricks background as a colorist Starting a career with a Canon T2i Why Patrick shares knowledge with the world How to talk with your clients about sharing behind the scenes Patricks camera and lens choices Lighting techniques Learning from False color Tips for working with directors and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: The Wandering DP Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • Coyote Peterson and the Bites and Stings of Brave Wilderness (with Coyote Peterson and Mark Laivins) GCS116

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    Coyote Peterson and Mark Laivins are the brains and personalities behind the massively successful nature shows on the Brave Wilderness YouTube channel. But there’s much more than just bites and stings and we talk all about it. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Lifetime Travels by Cymatix Spotlight: Brave Wilderness Brave Wilderness is the hugely popular YouTube channel featuring host Coyote Peterson receiving devastating stings and bites from the most dangerous creatures on our planet. But there’s much more to this internet phenomenon and we talk to both Coyote Peterson and director Mark Laivins about their production techniques, camera and lens choices while in the wilderness, and turning viral fame into a successful brand. How Brave Wilderness started with a love of filmmaking Working with the Discovery Channel How the attention span for online videos is getting longer What is clickbait and why Brave Wilderness is not Balancing education and entertainment Life after a viral video The lighting and camera choices for wildlife production Where the Brave Wilderness brand is headed Could this lead to a full length feature documentary? Why an entertainment attorney is the most important person on your team Coyote Peterson on Conan O’Brian and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Brave Wilderness on YouTube Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • The Cinematography of A Cure For Wellness (with Bojan Bazelli) GCS115

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    Bojan Bazelli is the brilliant and visionary cinematographer behind the new Gore Verbinski film A Cure For Wellness and we discuss all the secrets behind its iconic and challenging scenes. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Emancipation by Vincent Tone Spotlight: Bojan Bazelli Bojan Bazelli ASC is a master image maker working at the forfront of today’s most high profile, visually progressive films. His collaboration with director Gore Verbinski challenged both cinema fans and filmmaking with the psychological horror film The Ring and with A Cure For Wellness, Bojan once again delivers a cinematic feat where each shot is intentional and artistic. We discuss the secrets behind some of the films most challenging and iconic shots, plus his love of commercial cinematography and how its creative freedom made him the filmmaker he is today. Working with Gore Verbinski The history behind the iconic castle location of A Cure For Wellness Why Bojan chose the unique 1:66:1 aspect ratio The camera and lenses used in A Cure for Wellness Shooting wide angles and letting go of a cinematographers “visual instincts” The challenges of shooting underwater The genius of practical in-camera effects The visual connection to The Ring Shooting with dozens of real eels The golden age of commercials The challenges of working with an unfamiliar crew and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • The Science of Storytelling (with Derek Thompson) GCS114

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    Derek Thompson is the author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction and together, we break down the patterns in popular music, tv, and movies to discover the science of storytelling. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Ocean Ride by Tiny Music Spotlight: Derek Thompson Derek Thompson is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine and author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction. Derek and I discuss the trends in popular music, television shows, and films and explore the science of storytelling and hit making. Is there a formula to good storytelling? Why do people say they want new, but really want familiar? We tackle all this and more. Plus, how to use popular storytelling techniques to create better proposals and more effective pitches, to help get your projects sold. How familiarity beats originality Why distribution beats content Why storytelling genius is a new twist on a familiar idea How Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist was more popular with old music How Rock Around The Clock was a failure before it was a hit How the Justin Bieber sound has created countless pop hits The myth of online influencers Breaking down the horror genre The familiar chord structures behind hit pop songs The art of Smart-Stealing Change the way you pitch ideas to clients by speaking their language and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Buy Derek's Book NOW Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • Salary and Rate Negotiation for Creative Professionals (with Jim Hopkinson) GCS113

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    Jim Hopkinson is the creator of SalaryTutor.com where he offers training on how to get paid what your worth. Jim and I discuss how to set your rates, discussing budget with your clients, and when to say NO to a project. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: 7th Parallel by Stuart Rau Spotlight: Jim Hopkinson Jim Hopkinson teaches ambitions professionals how to negotiate salary and get paid what they’re worth. He’s the author of the book Salary Tutor: Learn The Salary Negotiation Secrets No One Ever Taught You and the creator of SalaryTutor.com. Jim and I discuss salary and rate negotiation skills for creative professionals whether you’re a freelancer, business owner, or employee. We also share thoughts on how to discuss budget with your clients, how undercutting your competition may not be the best long-term strategy, and much much more. If you ever asked yourself What should I charge? This episode is not to be missed. The three categories of negotiation Best negotiation skills for freelancers How salary sites like salary.com can be helpful How to manage your clients expectation When to say NO to a client How to talk about budget with your client Charging hourly vs per project The pro’s and con’s of undercutting your competition When to quit your job/span> and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: SalaryTutor.com Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com

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  • Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and the Cinematography of Comic Book Television (with Manuel Billeter) GCS112

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    Manuel Billeter is the cinematographer behind the lens of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and the upcoming Iron Fist and he joins us to discuss the cinematography of comic book TV shows. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter Shutterstock The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Winter Light by Tiny Music Spotlight: Manuel Billeter Comic book television shows have been on the rise with no signs of slowing down and two of the stand-out shows in this genre were shot by today’s guest. Manuel Billeter is the cinematographer of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and the upcoming Iron Fist, and he joins us today to discuss his techniques for bringing these characters to life. his lighting, camera, and lensing choices and even a little sneak peek into the upcoming Defenders. The benefits of a formal film education The rise of comic book television shows on Netflix Why shooting a show for Netflix is “liberating” Shooting night exteriors on Jessica Jones How 1970's blaxploitation films inspired Luke Cage Using Cineo LED lights Cineolighting.com Manuel’s love of wide lenses for Jessica Jones and Luke Cage How to shoot and light hero characters A sneak peak at Defenders? and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Manuel Billeter on Vimeo Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images Shutterstock.com

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  • The Cinematography of Rogue One and LION (with Greig Fraser) GCS111

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    Greig Fraser is the visionary cinematographer behind the lens of Rogue One and LION and he’s here today to talk about the surprising similarities between them. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter Shutterstock The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Shadows of Motown by Olive Musique Spotlight: Greig Fraser Greig Fraser is the visionary director of photography for two of this years most talked about films, the mega-hit and stunningly shot Rogue One, and the beautiful and heartfelt film LION. On the surface these films are drastically different, but Greig considers them surprisingly similar and shares some of his lighting and lensing choices to prove it. Greig and I discuss the challenges of shooting in India, the Arri Alexa 65, the benefits of vintage lenses and why he used the Digital Sputnick LED light on both films The cinematography of LION The challenges of shooting in India How Greig uses Emotion Maps alongside storyboards Handheld vs static shots The cinematography of Rogue One Shooting with the Arri Alexa 65 Working with Star Wars concept art The colaboration with director Gareth Edwards The behind the scenes story behind the Rogue One re-shoots and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Greig Fraser on Instagram FitnessInPost.com Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images Shutterstock.com

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  • Optimize Yourself (with Zack Arnold) GCS110

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    Zack Arnold is a professional film editor and creator of Fitness In Post and is here today to share his new fitness and wellness program “Optimize Yourself”. The Go Creative Show is supported by Hedge For Mac Kessler Crane Rule Boston Camera PremiumBeat News Shooter Shutterstock The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: True Persistence by Cymatix Spotlight: Zack Arnold Zack Arnold is a successful film editor working on massive television shows including Empire, Burn Notice, and Glee, but after a struggle with depression, he dedicated his life to learning how to optimize his health and became even more productive in his work. With his website, FitnessInPost.com Zack decided to share his knowledge with the world through a blog and podcast and began helping fellow editors live healthier. He’s back on the show today to discuss his new fitness and wellness program “Optimize Yourself” designed to help those working in sedentary environments learn how to sit less, focus more, and design a dynamic work environment. Zack's struggle with depression How to be more active when you sit at a desk all day Why is sitting the new smoking Why anxiety and depression are common for creative professionals Zack's free 5-day challenge Small changes that can make you more productive How to move and stay fit in 2017 and much much more! SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Register now for the FREE 5X Challenge FitnessInPost.com Ben Consoli on Instagram Go Creative Show Twitter BC Media Productions Website SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Hedge for Mac - The fastest way to backup media. HedgeForMac.com Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com // Rule's Event Page PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com News Shooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images Shutterstock.com

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