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Cinematography Reel 2017

New for 2017 I’ve finally updated my reel!  It had only been three years since the last real (and reel) update…yikes.    Looking forward to seeing what 2017 brings!  Enjoy!

If Looks Could Kill Trailer

If Looks Could Kill Premiering this month (December 2016) on Lifetime Movie Network! It was a joy to collaborate with director James Cullen Bressack on this stylish pseudo-noir  thriller. A huge thanks goes out to Panavision Woodlandhills for providing the perfect Arri Amira packages and beautiful Primo V lenses for our trek out to Stillwater,
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Is TV too Dark?

Turn the Lights On? I came across this article from Vulture.com, titled “TV Dramas Are (Literally) Too Dark”. What struck me about this opinion piece is that it was responding as a viewer to a creative “issue” that I think is real and prevalent in the cinematography of films and television right now. The author
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Director/DP on an Alien Invasion! Independents’ Day

Alien Invasion! It’s happening again!  Huge, giant flying saucers are appearing around the world! What do they want NOW?!? This was really a fun movie to shoot.  We flew two Red Epic Dragons with Optimo DP zooms for a lighting fast two-week shoot.  This science fiction, alien invasion movie was my first time wearing both
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Official Nu Boyana BTS Video!

Making the Movie – Nu Boyana Film School

Very excited to be a part of the first year of film education at Nu Boyana! More details to come from this new film school in Bulgaria, very soon!  

5 Tips for Better Focus!

Focus Up Keeping sharp focus can be pretty tricky, but it’s absolutely essential for a professional video or film project.  Most indie filmmakers now have access to cameras with large (APS-C, 35mm or full-frame 35mm) sensors, which can have very shallow depth of field.  The shallow-depth-of-field look has been much sought-after in indie projects, as
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Cinematography Reel 2015

This is a montage of cinematography by Laura Beth Love;  it features cinematography using Red, Arri, Sony, Canon, and Panasonic cameras.  View Laura Beth’s Online Portfolio here.

I Am Not a Female Cinematographer.

As a fledgling Cinematographer, coming to LA in 2003, I was always forgetting that I was a woman. I was very fortunate to grow up surrounded by a sense of equality between the sexes; such that if ever I encountered undue disrespect on set, or in the pursuit of a job, I considered every possible
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Katie’s Tears

Last weekend I had the opportunity to be a part of  Katie’s Tears: a thoughtful, and occasionally sassy,  project centered around the world of prostitution and human-trafficking. Through a gracious offer from Bertone Visuals and Hollywood Camera, Director Don’re Walker and I were able to bring this story to life with the rich, raw detail
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