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    How Cinematographers Lukasz Zal and Ryszard Lenczewski Captured the Sublime 'Ida'

    Get the inside story of the acclaimed black-and-white 'Ida' from its two Oscar-nominated DPs.

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    Rachel Morrison on Her Two Sundance 2015 Films and Being Pegged as a 'Female DP'

    DP Rachel Morrison has been at Sundance with seven films in the past six years. This year, she heads back to Park City with Rick Famuyiwa's "Dope" and Liz Garbus' "What Happened, Miss Simone?" We recently chatted with the prolific DP about the significance of Sundance, working with Jennifer Aniston ...

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    Hot DP Bradford Young Talks Building Character Arcs for 'Selma,' 'A Most Violent Year'

    It's been a great year for cinematographer Bradford Young, who's risen to the top of his craft with two Oscar films about the turbulent '60s ('Selma') and the decaying '80s ('A Most Violent Year').

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    'Wild' DP Yves Belanger Explains How He Captured Reese Witherspoon

    If Reese Witherspoon gets nominated for the Best Actress Oscar on Thursday for 'Wild,' she can thank cinematographer Yves Belanger for making her an unforgettable presence in the landscape.

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    Cinematographers Pick Top Five, Will Oscar Votes Go the Same Way?

    Is this the year that venerated director of photography Roger Deakins finally breaks his ten for ten losing streak at the Oscars?

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    'Gone Girl' DP Jeff Cronenweth Makes Bold Moves for David Fincher

    The cinematographer talks color palettes, lighting, Rosamund Pike and, yes, "that scene." SPOILER alert!

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    Watch: 2014's Top Cinematographers on Shooting Outdoors, Film vs. Digital and More

    The cinematographers of some of this year's best films recently sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for a roundtable discussion about their latest work, the transition from film to digital, filming outdoors and more.

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    Wes Anderson's DP Robert Yeoman on Bringing 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' to Life

    Cinematographer Robert Yeoman first made his mark with Gus Van Sant's "Drugstore Cowboy." Though he's worked with Noah Baumbach and on big-budget Hollywood fare such as "Bridesmaids," Yeoman is perhaps best known as Wes Anderson's cinematographer.

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    How They Turned Sondheim's 'Into the Woods' into a Post-9/11 Metaphor (VIDEO)

    'Into the Woods' should score several key craft noms, with production designer Dennis Gassner and costume designer Colleen Atwood the favorites to win again.

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    The Best DPs of 2014 on Their Biggest Shooting Challenges

    Indiewire asked some of this year's best cinematographers about the biggest challenges they faced while shooting films in 2014. Here's what they had to say.

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