Russell Boyd, director of photography on such films as Picnic at Hanging Rock, Tender Mercies”
and White Men Can’t Jump,
discusses the lighting of scenes from his work in technical terms, including such specific problems as rain scenes and the use of nets in interiors and exteriors. Examples range from his near-documentary work on Philip Noyce’s Backroads
to the elaborate musical numbers of Gillian Armstrong’s Starstruck.
56 minute DVD