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lightworks
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"Who are your favorite cinematographers and why?"


          

  

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RE: Who are your favorite cinematographers and why?
May 09th 2020
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who did "Bladerunner 2049" "Mad Max Fury Road" "Ex Machina" ?
May 09th 2020
2
..and whoever did "if beale street could talk"
May 09th 2020
3
Matthew Libatique
May 11th 2020
4
I second that emotion...
May 15th 2020
6
Ava's favorite: Bradford Young
May 12th 2020
5
He's great. A new favorite of mine.
May 15th 2020
7
He hasn't even hit his prime yet..that the crazy part
May 18th 2020
9
I have a few
May 15th 2020
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RE: Who are your favorite cinematographers and why?
May 20th 2020
10
Roger Deakins is the GOAT.
May 20th 2020
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c71
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Sat May-09-20 12:17 PM

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1. "RE: Who are your favorite cinematographers and why?"
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Owen Roizman (The French Connection, The Exorcist)

Michael Chapman (Taxi Driver, Invasion of the Body Snatchers)

Mario Tosi (Report to the Commissioner, Carrie)


70's was it


yep

  

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Voodoochilde
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2. "who did "Bladerunner 2049" "Mad Max Fury Road" "Ex Machina" ?"
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...whoever did them i like..

  

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Voodoochilde
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3. "..and whoever did "if beale street could talk" "
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Original Juice
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Mon May-11-20 07:52 PM

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4. "Matthew Libatique"
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Everything he did for Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, etc.) was amazing.

He did great work for Spike and many others as well..

Everytime I see a film, and I find it's visually captivating in a unique and new way, I peep the credits and see his name.

  

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ODotSoHot
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Fri May-15-20 12:44 PM

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6. "I second that emotion..."
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Guy is brilliant

  

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thegodcam
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5. "Ava's favorite: Bradford Young"
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shoots Blk ppl splendidly.... with all our rich tones... especially liked his work on Mother of George

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obsidianchrysalis
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Fri May-15-20 09:40 PM

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7. "He's great. A new favorite of mine."
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<--- Me when my head hits the pillow

  

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Castro
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9. "He hasn't even hit his prime yet..that the crazy part"
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wait til he starts directing

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obsidianchrysalis
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Fri May-15-20 10:13 PM

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8. "I have a few"
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Darius Khondji - Se7en, Alien Resurrection, The Beach

Of course, Roger Deakins - Coen Brothers, Skyfall, The Shawshank Redemption, Blade Runner 2049, Sicario, 1917

Vittorio Storaro - Apocalypse Now

Gordon Willis - The Godfather (I & II), Annie Hall

Matthew Libatique - Aronofsky's work, She Hate Me, Inside Man, The Fountain

Jeff Cronenweth - Fight Club, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl

Emmanuel Lubezki - Children of Men, The Tree of Life, Gravity, Birdman

Rodrigo Prieto - 25th Hour, babel, Argo, Wolf of Wall Street, The Irishman

Wally Pfister - Inception, The Dark Knight, Insomnia


New favorites:

Bradford Young - Middle of Nowhere, Selma, Ain't Them Bodies Saints, Solo, Arrival

James Laxton - Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk

Rob Hardy - Ex Machina, Annihilation










<--- Me when my head hits the pillow

  

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jffrsn
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Wed May-20-20 03:17 AM

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10. "RE: Who are your favorite cinematographers and why?"
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Ernest Dickerson for his work on Spike's seminal classics

Gordon Willis GF films 1 and 2

Howard Atherton only for Fatal Attraction. I love how he captured NYC, especially the opening credit sequence

John Alcott For the Shining ans A Clockwork Orange

So many!!!

  

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Frank Longo
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11. "Roger Deakins is the GOAT."
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