Go Inside the Techniques of Roger Deakins' Work on 'Sicario'

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Cinematographer Roger Deakins gets technical with the Film Book Blog about his work on Denis Villeneuve's Sicario, discussing his lighting setups and his general no-frills approach to filming.

"A lot of the time I don’t like to fuss — on set or in the DI – because you can overthink things," he says. "You can play with the image and toy with it, and it becomes too overworked. With modern CGI techniques and the DI, you have so much power in the computer, and I think it’s overused. I like things to be simple and immediate."

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