Posted on Jun 1, 2012

Seoul based cinematographer Nils Clauss behind the camera for John Yew’s film ‘Snapshot’

The Culmination of Creativity: Production of Snapshot Short Film

Recently, the production for “Snapshot,” a short film written and directed by John Yew, reached its conclusion. At the helm of cinematography for this project was Nils Clauss. Utilizing the Canon c300 camera paired with Zeiss photo primes, Clauss together with Yew meticulously crafted each frame to capture the essence of Yew’s narrative.

The Intriguing Plot of Snapshot

“Snapshot” revolves around a young burglar. His life takes a mysterious turn upon encountering a shocking photographic print of an Archangel at a gallery. Drawn by an enigmatic house, the protagonist embarks on a journey that challenges his perceptions and leads to unexpected revelations.

A Glimpse Into Collaboration: John Yew’s Vision

As the visionary behind “Snapshot,” John Yew intricately weaves together themes of identity, destiny, and transcendence. Through his nuanced storytelling, Yew invites audiences to delve into the psyche of his characters and explore the transformative power of art.

Acknowledging Collaborative Efforts: Manuel Bauer and Stuart Howe

Behind every successful film lies a dedicated team of individuals. Their contributions have been instrumental in bringing the director’s vision to life. In the case of “Snapshot,” special recognition is due to Manuel Bauer and Stuart Howe. Their unwavering commitment and expertise enriched the production process.

Conclusion: Anticipation for the Unveiling of Snapshot

As “Snapshot” awaits its completion in the editing room, anticipation mounts for its eventual release. With Nils Clauss’s skillful cinematography and John Yew’s compelling storytelling, this short film promises to leave a lasting impression.