Still fotography with Óscar Fernández Orengo

Workshop Industry


What is the role of a movie still photographer? What is its role during a film shoot? What is it for? The still photo today is one of the most underestimated and ignored labors in the film industry, even though its presence in a shooting is absolutely essential. In this workshop, Óscar Fernández Orengo will explain everything you need to know to consider how to make the most of still photography during your film shoot, including the usual situations and difficulties that we can encounter and should overcome. Issues that range from what the most suitable photographic equipment to use for this specific endeavor, how to adapt organically and coexist with film crew during a shoot, what kind of photographs and how many are necessary, what type of stills are needed depending on the film and many other topics around movie still photography will be addressed in this workshop.


Óscar Fernández Orengo

(San Sebastian, 1971). He studies at the Institut d'Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya (IEFC). In 2001, he began his particular series of black and white portraits, with the Mallorcan director Agustí Villaronga and since then the top staff of Spanish cinema, as well as a large number of international filmmakers, have passed through his lens. He has worked as still photographer in films by Isaki Lacuesta, Mar Coll, Javier Rebollo and Adrián Silvestre. He has exhibited his portraits at various locations around the world of the Cervantes Institute as well as at film festivals and various film libraries. At the D'A Film Festival Barcelona he works on a work in progress portraying all the filmmakers who pass through the festival.


04/05/2022 - 9:00H
SGAE Catalunya (Sala Club Social)




Wednesday 4 May from 9.00h to 10.30h
Limited access