**Because every film project is different, rates must be discussed as they pertain to your specific project’s needs. However, those discussions are always FREE and can happen over email, over the phone or over a cup of coffee… Page will never turn down a good cup of coffee.
Page has completed over 50 film projects; music video, documentary, short film, web promo, commercial, etc. He is an experienced professional and knows how to make your project successful. Of course, more importantly than simple know-how, Page loves what he does for a living! As an aside, he was a musician for several years before he got into filmmaking so, you can rest assured that your project will sound great, too.
He is usually hired by directors or companies as a Cinematographer, but he also does freelance client work and would love to discuss your project! See the Contact page to contact Page.
Page’s RED Scarlet camera is the ultimate in image quality. Have you heard of “Ultra HD” before? Well, if you haven’t, you will soon enough because everything (TV and video streaming) is moving that way. The resolution of 1080p HD is having to make way for something called 4k resolution or Ultra HD. This is where the RED Scarlet helps your project not only look fantastic, but it will be future-proof as well! The RED Scarlet is truly a cinema camera and is frequently used in feature films.
As with all things, increased quality brings with it increased overhead costs, such as hard drive storage and time (bigger files (higher image quality) = more time) so, this is something to take into consideration when thinking about your project’s budget. For you, budget is less of a concern than image quality and/or having that true “cinematic” look and feel; the RED Scarlet package is for you.
Page’s DSLR cameras are the option for you if money is tight. Make no mistake; you need video. If you are an artist, a musician, an author, a business selling a product, or any number of other professions, you NEED video!
Getting video can be pricey, but the DSLR allows for a modest budget, due to its ease of maneuverability, lower file sizes, and great looking 1080p image. You need to look good, but you are worried about keeping food on the table; the DSLR package is for you.
Page doesn’t have to come with a camera. Some people hire him onto their sets to light their scenes and operate their rented gear, and Page thinks that is just fine and dandy! He loves being “DP Page” and is eager to discuss your project and negotiate a day rate that everyone can be happy with.
See the Contact page to contact Page.