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Sean Bobbitt – The Camera as Observer

Having shot a diverse range of films including Shame, Byzantium, Oldboy and 12 Years a Slave, Sean Bobbitt has developed a unique visual style. Here, he discusses the craft of…

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Slawomir Idziak on the Art of Cinematography

As he prepares to receive the Lifetime Achievement award at the 2013 Plus Camerimage festival, cinematographer Slawomir Idziak (Black Hawk Down, Gattaca, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) explains why he’’s determined to…

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Depth Perception – filming scenes for Under The Skin

The Underwater Studios in Essex has played host to numerous shoots for commercials, television and films. Tom Seymour was invited to watch the filming of scenes for Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin, and discovered a…

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Women Behind the Camera: DoPs Kate Reid & Eve Hazelton

Directors of photography Eve Hazelton (The Underwater Realm) and Kate Reid (Blooded, Scrubber) discuss their experiences of working across a range of features and camera platforms, and why gender does not matter when you get…

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Side by Side: Documentarian Chris Kenneally on the future of film

While the digital revolution continues apace, there is still much debate about whether film has a place in the future of moviemaking. Here, documentarian Christopher Kenneally talks about why he felt the time was right…

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PLUS CAMERIMAGE launch official YouTube channel

PLUS CAMERIMAGE - the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography - today launched their official YouTube channel in celebration of reaching their 20th anniversary milestone.  …

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Mike Valentine – Depth Of Field

Having worked on key scenes for the likes of Trainspotting, Robin Hood, The Bourne Ultimatum and multiple Bonds, Mike Valentine is one of the world’s leading experts on shooting underwater. Here he explains the depths of…

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The Art Of Good Lighting

Having worked on projects as diverse as TV series Hustle, thriller Derailed and horror-comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers, cinematographer Nic Lawson discusses why you don’t need to follow the rules when it comes to good lighting.…

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Anthony Dod Mantle – Slum Dogme

Having shot a wide variety of films, including DOGVILLE, 28 DAYS LATER and ANTICHRIST, Anthony Dod Mantle reveals why his Oscar-winning stint on SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE was a journey back to his roots.…

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César Charlone – A Shared Vision

The visual success of any film surely depends on the bond between director and DoP. Together, celebrated cinematographer César Charlone and movieScope’s Adam Thursby examine why this dynamic is so important-and how it is changing.…

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