ASC contenders transcend limitations associated with the tube
Digital increases its domain among org's film-friendly elite
Dante Spinotti might be a seasoned vet, but his adaptability reveals no ego
For only the second time in its 26 years of handing out awards, the American Society of Cinematographers nominated two directors of photography who shot their films entirely on digital: Robert…
Is Roger Deakins the best cinematographer to never win the Oscar?
With his unfussy approach to composition and an unerring eye for the telling detail, Australian cinematographer John Seale has long been the d.p of choice for many of Hollywood's top directors…
This week, photographer Douglas Kirkland will receive the American Society of Cinematographers' Presidents Award. In the 25 years that the ASC has been honoring outstanding contributions to the art…
Cinematographer Michael O'Shea has shot plenty of brightly lit, comedy-driven hit movies ("Big Momma's House," "Robin Hood: Men in Tights") but he's probably better known for his moodier, elegant…
Roger Deakins, best known for his work with the Coen brothers, has been selected to receive the 2011 American Society of Cinematographers Lifetime Achievement Award, which will be presented Feb. 13…
Austria's Christian Berger won top honors for lensing b&w "The White Ribbon."
A look at the nominees and honoress at the ASC Awards.