Dylan Rush

aerial & underwater digital cinematography

camera

Remote Aerial (drone) & Underwater digital cinema acquisition.

lighting

Underwater lighting for live action and visual effects in tanks, pools and open water.

design

Development of simple and elegant camera and lighting tools for real-world applications.

camera

Remote Aerial (drone) digital cinema acquisition and camera operation from fixed positions and moving platforms (automobiles and boats). Manual and automated systems.

DJI Inspire 2
X7 Super 35 Gimbal
6k CinemaDNG
5.2K Apple ProRes
12, 16, 25, 50mm X7 lenses
DJI Mavic 2 Pro & Mavic Air 4K for tight locations and stealth operation

Underwater digital cinema acquisition in tanks, pools and open water:
4K s-log ProRes output via SSD
Sony Alpha 7S mirrorless camera
Atomos Shogun recorder
Zeiss 24-70mm T4
180mm dome port
Nikonos 15mm f3.5 wet lens

lighting

Underwater lighting incorporating tungsten, HMI and LED sources from Hydroflex™ and battery-powered Aquatone Brites. Tank, pool and open water work.

 

design

Development of camera and lighting tools, under the water and up in the sky. Simple and elegant solutions for real-world applications.

 

about

Dylan Rush grew up in rural northern California, the grandson of Cinematographer Ben Colman. He is active in the motion picture and television industry as a Camera Operator as well as a Remote Aerial and Underwater Cinematographer, as well as a Remote Pilot. Dylan has been a member of the IATSE since 1997. He currently (as of 05/26/2018) resides in Los Angeles, CA.