Interviews - Cinematographers


Shooting Film Against the Digital Wave: DP Paul Cameron on Westworld

Ed Harris in WestworldEd Harris in Westworld

Considering cinematographer Paul Cameron is responsible for a portion of the seminal digital photography in Michael Mann’s Collateral, one might assume Cameron is a proselytizer of the digital revolution. Not so — Cameron remains an ardent devotee of celluloid, extolling…  Read more

By Oct 3, 2016

Christopher Doyle, Live and Uncut, at the Big Screen Symposium

Vincent Ward (left) and Christopher Doyle in Johnny Depp maskVincent Ward (left) and Christopher Doyle in Johnny Depp mask

Screen luminaries from around the world are invited once a year to New Zealand for its annual industry gathering, the Big Screen Symposium. Last year, guest speaker Sebastiàn Silva (Nasty Baby, The Maid) shared his horror stories of working with…  Read more

By Sep 28, 2016

“You Don’t Light with Your Meter, You Light with Your Heart”: Gotham DP Crescenzo Notarile


Fitting an interview into a cinematographer’s schedule can be daunting, especially a DP working on a television show that shoots nine months out of the year. You often end up chatting after a long shoot day or during a mid-day…  Read more

By Sep 19, 2016

Darker Shades of Grey: The Night Of DP Igor Martinovic

John Turturro in The Night OfJohn Turturro in The Night Of

The term “TV coverage” used to be a pejorative, a reference to the mechanical nature of the medium’s visual language. It was shorthand for artlessly cranking out master, two shot, and close-up in order to churn through the high page…  Read more

By Sep 8, 2016

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