Cinematographer Michael Grady on Framing ‘The Morning Show’

We chat with the cinematographer about finding artistry in a world in which we all think we're experts.

Cinematographer Caleb Deschanel and VFX Supervisor Robert Legato on How ‘The Lion King’ was Shot, Not Just Animated

"They call it virtual reality, but at a certain point, you put on the goggles, and the environment is realistic…

Lawrence Sher on Rendering a Recognizable Gotham in ‘Joker’

We chat with the cinematographer about replicating cinematic memory to achieve emotional reality.

36 Perfect Shots From The Films of Quentin Tarantino

These shots capture some of the most shocking, funny, and cool moments of the director’s impressive filmography.

How Cinematographer Gavin Finney Brought Heaven and Hell to Life in ‘Good Omens’

Turns out that six episodes spanning all of human history involves tackling a wide range of visual challenges.

How NASA Contributed to the Cinematography of ‘Barry Lyndon’

Kubrick shed stodgy costume drama aesthetic by embracing top tier technology.

Aberration in The Lens: Roger Deakins and Jesse James

The genius cinematographer's laconic take on the modern western is a masterclass in film photography and light.

Deep Focus: ‘Us’ and The Split Diopter

The classic cinematic tool forever tethers its performers and characters.

The Cinematography of ‘The Favourite’

Oscar-nominated DP Robbie Ryan walks us through some of the film's perfect shots and tells us about the cinematic image…