created in 2010
/r/cinematography is a forum dedicated to becoming an active resource for cinematographers and filmmakers of all skill levels.
Destined for the big screen? Try /r/filmmakers. For videos including weddings, events, live performances, music videos, TV, corporate, live streaming, sports, real estate, YouTube, home videos and more, welcome to \/r/videography.
Filmmakers, directors, cinematographers, editors, vfx gurus, composers, sound guys, grips, electrics, and more meet to share their work, tips, tutorials, and experiences. A place where professionals and amateurs alike unite to discuss the field.
Post reviews, articles, and videos of products, unboxings, etc. This is a subreddit to discuss new cameras and camera comparisons, camera lenses, gear and accessories. EVIL, SLR, DSLR, point and shoot, rangefinder, mirrorless, handheld cams etc.
The art form of film and television simply would not exist without cinematography -- and some even stand above others when it comes to this inspiring art form. So, please join us in sharing your favorite moments of cinematic beauty!
/r/photography is a place to discuss the tools, technique and culture of photography.
This is not a good place to simply share cool photos or promote your work, but rather a place to discuss photography as an art and post things that would be of interest to other photographers.