Director of Photography
San Francisco, ca usa
Corporate and documentary Film production
It's 2020 and what a different year it is. I'm still working and glad to offer my services during these socially distanced times. I take Covid-19 tests upon request from clients. I clean my kit before, during, and after every project. My kit is also available for hire for remote filming. Please see below for kit details. Contact me for DoP and kit rates.
Kit 1: Canon C300 Mark II 4K camera with PL mount, Angenieux Optimo 28-76mm zoom lens, 6 Sandisk Cfast 2.0 128g cards, Tilta wireless focus, Zacuto hand-held rig, Sachtler V18 tripod, Atomos Shogun Inferno Field monitor/SSD recorder, 4 IDX V-mount batteries and charger, Mac laptop for media transfers, and BNC and HDMI cables.
Kit 2: Canon C300 Mark II 4K camera with EF mount, 7 EF mount lenses (Leica 24, 35, 50, 35-70mm, Canon L series 24mm Tilt/Shift, L series 85mm, and L series 70-200mm).
Kit 3: Blackmagic 6K Pocket Cinema Camera with EF mount and Super 35mm sensor, Freefly MoviPro gimbal, Tilta Nano Nucleus wireless focus.
Kit 4: "Remote Record Fly Kit" Blackmagic 6K camera, AC power supply for camera, 2 back-up Camera batteries, 2 Sandisk 128g Cfast 2.0 cards, 24mm Leica lens, GoPro 8 4K camera, compact Manfrotto tripod, LEDgo LED ringlight, El Gato Video capture card and HDMI cables, Sennheiser G3 receiver and transmitter microphone set, and XLR cables.
Light Kit: 1x1, 2x1 and Micro Creamsource LED lights, Quasar Science RGB Rainbow lights, DoP Choice softboxes. All available upon request.
I'm Rudy Gelenter and if you reached this site you probably got my name from a wonderful person that has worked with me. I have been behind the camera for over 20 years and have shot pretty much just about everything. From cooking shows for The Food Network, to kayaking next to penguins in South Africa for The Travel Channel, to corporate videos for Microsoft in Icelandic fjords, to hanging out of a Huey helicopter for the History Channel, and to riding in patrol cars in Alaska... It's all about the story. What's yours?
behind the scenes
Using an EasyRig in Florida