Reinaldo Gentile Rondon – NBA All Stars Event & Sports Reel
What cameras and equipment have you worked with the most?
I primarily use the Sony Fx9 on shoots, with the Sony FS5 as a great B-Cam. I also have experience shooting on multiple ENG cameras. As for lighting, I love to use LitePanels and Kino Flo Diva 200s and 400s for subject lighting, and using my Arri tungsten kit to complement, as well as for background lighting. I also have Kobold 200W and 400W HMIs for extra fire power.
Do you specialize in a specific shoot style?
I love to shoot everything from reality T.V. to news, but my favorite things to shoot are sports and lighting good interviews. Any time I get to get creative and light I’m happy.
How long have you been filming?
I have been shooting professionally for three years. I shot local sports, events, and interviews while living in the Upstate New York and Atlanta areas. However, I grew up shooting with my friends and family. From making Spielberg inspired horror movies, to shooting stop action animation shorts on the family camera, shooting has always been something I love to do.
Do you have a favorite project you’ve worked on?
My favorite project has been being part of Wrestlemania 35. Getting to hear the stories from wrestling legends, old and new, seeing one of the greatest sporting events in the world first hand, and the culture of the WWE are experiences I am fortunate to have been a part of.
Standard: Sony Fx9, Sony FS5, Arri Alexa Mini, RED Camera, Fujinon MK-Series lenses, Sachtler Tripod, Panasonic monitor, Odyssey, LED camera light, LitePanles, KinoFlos, Arri Tungsten Kit, Sound Devices 633 6 Channel Mixer, Lectrosonics 411 wireless mic systems, Lectrosonic wireless camera links, Tram and Sanken lavalier mics, audio boom with Sennheiser shotgun mic.
Clients Worked With:
Turner, WWE, NFL Network, CBS, ABC, the Weather Channel, Hilton, Hulu, and many more!
What People Say About Working With Reianldo:
Reinaldo Gentile-Rondon was excellent to work with, as well. I’d be pleased to collaborate with him again.
I don’t even know where to start… I’ve never heard our EP so happy on a field shoot and everything seemed to have gone even better than planned. The team was incredible!! We feel so lucky to have had them for this one as their knowledge of Waco was specifically helpful and they were quick and efficient (despite the poor weather). We all feel that this shoot set the precedent for all future In The Room shoots. We are ingesting all of the footage from the hard drive now and I can’t wait to see all of it ?