Hollywood photographer, Jasin Boland is featured in a great new interview by Australia’s largest men’s lifestyle site, Man of Many. As a photographer, you really need to check this article out. Here’s a link.
“While you may not know his name, you definitely would have seen Jasin Boland’s work. The global motion picture still photographer has captured some of the most recognisable shots in film history, from The Matrix‘s iconic subway battle to the overhead shot of James Bond’s DB5 that headlined the trailer for No Time to Die. In fact, Boland’s resume reads like a cinephile’s hit-list. The Nikon ambassador has worked on major shoots for The Bourne franchise, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Mummy, Mission Impossibleand Safe House, among countless others.”
“My job is to tell the story, not to make it, so I really love things to flow organically in front of me,” Boland tells Man of Many. “The moment before action is called, the actor is deep inside their character. For me, my golden moments start from that point. If I don’t need to, I don’t shoot rehearsals, I’m pretty much only interested in the performance an actor gives their director.”
That’s just a few quotes from the article. To see the entire article, click this link.
And you can see more of Jasin, his work, podcast, and his favorite BlackRapid straps right here.