Focusing on empty spaces and positioning frames from outside a scene amplifies this terrifying tale of being watched.
Paul Thomas Anderson's masterpiece is both romantic and rageful.
We chat with the cinematographer about accomplishing the grit of 'Uncut Gems' and how it pushed him unlike any other movie.
We chat with the cinematographer about the tools required to shoot a cinematic, sci-fi comedy series.
We chat with the cinematographer about finding artistry in a world in which we all think we're experts.
"They call it virtual reality, but at a certain point, you put on the goggles, and the environment is realistic enough that you feel that it's very real."
We chat with the cinematographer about replicating cinematic memory to achieve emotional reality.
These shots capture some of the most shocking, funny, and cool moments of the director’s impressive filmography.
Turns out that six episodes spanning all of human history involves tackling a wide range of visual challenges.
"Play it again, Salamence."