Handsomely photographed by Greg De Marigny, Summer Coda invites the viewer to savour its tentative love story and, in the end, proves to be a genuinely moving experience.
The visuals are also absolutely stunning to look at. Cinematographer Greg de Marigny has composed every shot exquisitely and the lighting in this film is close to perfect.
It’s an easy on the eye film and one you just go along for the ride with. And, you’d never guess “Summer Coda” is the feature debut for cinematographer Greg De Marigny.
Greg De Marigny’s warm and welcoming HD lensing delights in the splendors of Australia’s orange groves.
(The) film also looks and sounds great, thanks to the cinematography of Greg De Marigny, and a beautiful, violin-based score by local composer, Alies Sluiter.
…finely crafted film with a particular focus on the cinematography and soundtrack, and with “Summer Coda” he more than succeeds, presenting a work that is replete with an array of beautifully filmed….
Greg De Marigny’s cinematography has really served the film well and there’s no doubt that a large part of the enjoyment to be had with the film are in direct correlation to it.
…thanks to the beautiful cinematography of Greg De Marigny. It’s hard to believe that it wasn’t shot using traditional 35mm film. Instead, (they have) used the latest in digital technology to create a film which looks very impressive on the big screen.