The future of creative demarcation

https://www.theringer.com/

An interesting piece on the future of film making that is irrevocably linked to photography, especially documentary photography and its raison d'être of ‘being there’.

“The gap is definitely closing,” Gerstenberger says, adding, “The quality’s there, and it becomes much more about the story that’s being told and the knowledge and experience of the filmmaker and the team, rather than the camera or the tool.” In other words, we’ll know that smartphone films have reached their most mature form when they aren’t a story at all.

Photography and filming assignment for Bouygues UK and FIS Products Ltd

Filming today…it is primarily a short film case study for the Mount Pleasant residential development in London, formerly part of the Royal Mail sorting office. The film included stills as well as short interview testimonials in locations around the site in East London, we got lucky with the weather, barmy!