By Madison Brek
Oscar-nominated DP Lukasz Żal discusses his aesthetic influences, stylistic choices, and the intimate nature of working on such a personal film.
Alfonso Cuarón balances intimacy and grandeur in his most personal film to date.
For Oscar nominee Caleb Deschanel, cinematography is the simple art of storytelling. Learn the skill, study the skill, and let emotion take control.
By Max Covill
Academy Award nominated cinematographer Matthew Libatique shares his experiences working with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga and capturing a once in a lifetime opportunity.
By Neil Miller
Filmmakers begin to speak out against The Academy’s decision to relegate four awards to commercial breaks and the message is the clear: this is wrong.
We talk in depth about how your favorite scenes from the third season were shot and how the cinematography changed with the addition of more science fiction elements.
The legendary filmmaker behind ‘Battleship Potemkin’ talks inspiration, innovation, and the key to great cinematography.
Watch this video essay that demonstrates how tracking shots take audiences into and through a film along with the characters.
Watch this video essay about a cinematography technique keeps you engaged with your setting, characters, and plot by keeping entire scenes uninterrupted by cuts.