SmallHD Launches Focus Pro Series Rugged On-Camera Monitoring and Control for RED® KOMODO™
SmallHD has purpose-built the new line of Focus Pro monitors to pair with the RED® KOMODO™ camera. Available in both 5” LCD and OLED...
Stephen Lighthill to Lead American Society of Cinematographers
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Board of Governors has elected a new slate of officers today, elevating Stephen Lighthill to president of the...
Lost in Time: How the Cinematography of “The Lighthouse” Evokes the 19th Century
Shot on outdated 35mm film stock using the Panavision Millennium XL2, augmented with vintage Baltar lenses, cinematographer Jarin Blaschke crafts a moody, jagged black-and-white...
How “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (and M. David Mullen) Locked Down the Long Take
Series DP David Mullen discusses the cinematography behind the Emmy-winning series, now in its third season on Amazon Prime.
Achieving the Poetic Visuals for “Portrait of a Lady on Fire”
“Believe the hype: The film is beautiful and shattering, a paean to the female gaze that’s shot by women, directed by a woman, and...
“1917:” How Sam Mendes and Roger Deakins Made Their “One-Shot” War Epic
Delivering a visceral, uninterrupted cinematic experience, the legendary cinematographer breaks new ground in Mendes’ World War I feature.
Hope is the Thing With Feathers: The Inspired Visuals of “Dickinson”
“The choice to make a period show was a way of writing a stylized version of the present.”
Editor Jennifer Lame on Managing the Many Layers of “Marriage Story”
As Noah Baumbach’s longtime editor, Jennifer Lame started working on the Netflix feature well before principal photography, spending hours with the director breaking down...
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant:” How to Master the Slow Burn in Storytelling
Single-location psychological thriller recently renewed for a second season on Apple TV+ explores trauma and loss.
Cinematographer Robbie Ryan on the “Privileged Space” of “Marriage Story” (Deadline)
Oscar -nominated director of photography Robbie Ryan sought to craft an aesthetic that was “as simple and unfussy as possible” for director Noah Baumbach’s...
“Queen & Slim” Sets Love on the Run in the Era of Black Lives Matter
Delivering a visual and emotional powerhouse, acclaimed director of Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ teams with ‘Master of None’ writer Lena Waithe and British cinematographer Tat Radcliffe...
Navigating “Dark Waters” With Todd Haynes and Ed Lachman’s “Observant Camera”
Director Todd Haynes and cinematographer Ed Lachman make waves with their fourth feature film collaboration, this time exposing the DuPont Corporation.
“The Camera Writes:” Cinematographers Discuss the Year’s Biggest Films
Rodrigo Prieto, Roger Deakins, Caleb Deschanel, Robert Richardson, César Charlone and Natasha Braier gather for The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Cinematographer Roundtable.
Face to Face: “Gemini Man” (American Cinematographer)
Making a return to HFR filmmaking, director Ang Lee jumps the uncanny valley with the first plausible computer-generated human character.
American Society of Cinematographers Selects 2019 Student Heritage Award Nominees
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) has chosen 12 nominees in three categories of the 2019 Student Heritage Awards. Recognizing exceptional work by cinematography...