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“The Lighthouse” Cinematographer Jarin Blaschke on Natural Lighting and the Devolution of Film Language (The Film Stage)

“Whatever your response to Robert Eggers’ polarizing The Lighthouse, the visual bedrock established by director of photography Jarin Blaschke has been so consistent a point of praise it’s almost beside the point to note as much.” – Source: The Film Stage

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

DP Jarin Blaschke talks about taking risks and staying committed to his vision to get the unique, lauded visuals of The Lighthouse. “I like taking risks and strong decisions just because it’s more fun and more interesting and keeps me engaged to push myself, to get myself out of the jams I create for myself,” he says.

Read more: Lost in Time: How the Cinematography of The Lighthouse Evokes the 19th Century

More on the Look of The Lighthouse

Breaking Down the Cinematography of The Lighthouse (Musicbed)

How Cinematographer Jarin Blaschke Honed Hazy, Briny Black-And-White Aesthetic Of The Lighthouse (Deadline)

How Bright Bulbs Enabled The Lighthouse’s Tough Black-and-White Shoot (Variety)

The Lighthouse: Most Screenwriters Work to Music, Robert Eggers Listened to Violent Storms (Indiewire)

 

 

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