Chris Doyle’s Advice On How to Deal With Mistakes and Find Your Artistic Process
Australian cinematographer Chris Doyle, who is famous for both his stunning work for Wong Kar Wai and his personality, talks to Benjamin B for The Film Book about the artistic process, how to react when things go wrong with people, and the importance of cultivating your uniqueness.
Doyle is not your regular DoP as he abhors talking about technicalities and would rather exchange about… well about life really, and what helps you grow. The two videos below are short in length but provide a nice glimpse in the mind of the poet who was in the mood for great advice.
In the video below Doyle talks about the difference about technical mistakes and human mistakes, why people and sincerity are the only true important components when it comes to creating, and knowing when someone cares and tries to connect with you or not:
In the video below Doyle talks about the creative process and how it differs from one another, depending of what you need to find and express yourselves:
Thanks to Mithun Gangopadhyay
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