part of it, is trying to go that way. What you have to watch out for is the tendency to take lighting for granted since you almost always have enough light and the exposure is automatic. It’s not just about quantity, but rather the quality and direction of the light. Keep in mind that we more often that not supplement and control the light even in situations where we have enough light to expose film. That’s one of our main contributions to the tone and emotion of a scene.
Wahi: Is there a type of narrative film you like to shoot? Are they particular directors you like to work with?
Rajeev Jain: I suppose I’m pretty open about the genre, I can get excited about shooting anything as long as there is a chance to do something interesting with the photography. I do have some favorite directors, and rather than name names, I’d rather