The New York Times talks to cinematographer Robert Richardson about how he achieved the colorful look of Django Unchained. Says Richardson, “Quentin did not want to utilize these beautiful locations. He wanted them to be hints, a little bit of spice here and there, and then they were gone. He was not looking for John Ford…We utilized the beauty of Jackson Hole, but without making it a postcard at every opportunity. Quentin’s work is not about scenics, it’s about words.”
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