The formerly sharp line dividing television cinematography from feature film visuals continues to blur. Technology is certainly a factor, but the trend is also driven by new players — and attitudes…
For the first time in the 88-year history of the Oscars, no film nominated for cinematography was shot on 35 mm film. But fans of emulsion — who include top-flight directors like Steven Spielberg…
Cinematographers live in interesting times, with technological developments offering more options, but also opening the door for others to meddle with the image. "It's a changing time and that's not…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The cross-pollination between filmmaking tools and the ways they are put to use by cinematographers, as old as cinema itself, is evident in this year's crop of buzz-worthy awards contenders, which…
The International Cinematographers Guild has named four special award winners as part of the its 17th Emerging Cinematographer Awards.
From boat to table, food shows serve spicy shots and fresh cuts
A look at cinematographers Jeff Cronenweth, Kramer Morgenthau, Jonathan Freeman, more...
Education provider The Film Training Co. will hold a three-day series of cinematography seminars and demos at the George Eastman House and Young Lion Studios in Rochester, NY, on April 25-27.
Even though Reed Morano spent two years teaching cinematography at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she was honored with awards as an undergraduate, she realized there are some things you can't…
Cinematographers fete their fellow filmmakers.
Deakins, Berger, Pfister and Richardson make film come alive.