Vibrant Cinematic Photography of TJ Scott

Film and television writer and director, TJ Scott is also exceptionally skilled at applying cinematic effects to digital still pictures. Playing with ambiguous realm between motion and stillness, this photographer does a fantastic job balancing light, contrast, and color cast. His shots have a unique cinematic feel as if we’re contemplating some still frames that could be taken from a movie. These photographs retain a bigger story behind them and with this low saturated, dark mood, may even sound mystifying for the viewer. Now you can get an enduring attraction to TJ’s cinematic photography, as we’ve brought the vibrancy of his artworks to our today’s showcase.

I Am Landing

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He Comes For Me

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I Can’t Stop Now

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We Like The Ride

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He Stops To Watch It Go Down

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Stop

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She Watches Rollercoasters

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I Think I Can Fly

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I Study Here

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He Sees The Plane

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We Take The Street Car

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I Am Flying Home

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He Rides In Fog

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He Will Play This Day

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He Sails In

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He Comes Down

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I Go To Work

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Love And The Apocalypse

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He Walks Death Valley

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We Ride At Magic Hour

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Stop I Stop

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He Plays, She Dances

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She’s A Little Bit Country

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He Is Above It All

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  1. Baby Steps Backwards ..Funky but since we re after ambient sounds for this tutorial let s see what we can do to turn it into a useful cinematic element.