The Hollywood Reporter has released its annual roundtable with some of the year’s best cinematographers, this year speaking with Rodrigo Prieto (Passengers; Silence), Bradford Young (Arrival), Charlotte Bruus Christensen (Girl on the Train; Fences), Linus Sandgren (La La Land), Caleb Deschanel (Rules Don’t Apply), and John Toll (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk).
Says Prieto, “[Cinematography is] not just making beautiful pictures. People think it’s good cinematography because it’s beautiful. And it’s not that. We’re really trying to express the emotion of the story.”
Read the full interview here.