Frequent Answers

Usual crew 1st AC, 2nd AC, loader/trainee/intern, Gaffer, Best Boy Electric, Electrician, Key Grip, Best Boy Grip, Dolly Grip, Swing...extra help as needed...or less!

Favorite stock//camera/ASA varies with the production and is determined by artistic and economic factors...

Number of set-ups per day is an unfair question as there are too many variables to accurately predict without further information.  I have done as many as 81 and as little as 12...

Equipment is different from project to project and there are artistic, economic and speed considerations to the common 35/16 mm/digital camera packages.

Speed…my job as DP is to give time to the Director, and film images that help tell the story.  With planning, most setups generally do not take more than 20 minutes...

Technique of lighting is to plan for coverage ahead of time, making multiple setups within one sequence quick and easy...

Movement of the camera is a part of filmmaking I really enjoy.   I use dolly's, various jib arms, and do my own operating...

Location shooting is demanding but rewarding.  Native to LA, I know some great local spots as well as the usual good ones...I've also been on working trips to Ecuador, Paris, Norway, Greece, Italy, Baja California, Hawaii, and many other states... 

Not related to Haskell...

Rate  is flexible and negotiable...

Other interests include Camping, Biking, Hiking, Yoga, Reiki, Nutrition, Volleyball, UFO's, Cartography, Chanting...

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Howard Wexler

Director of Photography