Understanding the cinematography of Sean Bobbitt.
A comprehensive and elegant compilation.
A tribute to one of my all-time favourite directors, here is the best cinematography featured in Quentin Tarantino's films.
Is God watching in all Marty's films?
Martin Scorsese’s penchant for a specific kind of zoom, one where he runs the camera right up to the face of his subject, falls somewhere in between the subtle and the obnoxious.
In this video, I analyze the hidden cuts of 'Birdman.' This video, does not serve as a debunking of the seamless look of Birdman, but of the appreciation I have for the technique it uses so well.
Cinematographer Robby Muller shot four films in the 1980s that defined Los Angeles: 'To Live and Die in L.A.,' 'Repo Man,' "Paris Texas,' and 'Barfly.'
The art and techniques of John Alcott, cinematographer of 'A Clockwork Orange,' 'Barry Lyndon,' and 'The Shining.'