Favourite cinematographers

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Elliot Davis
Cinematographer, Twilight
Jim Denault
Cinematographer, All the Way
Jim Denault is a cinematographer known for his work in feature films and television. He is a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and the American Society of Cinematographers. He received a BFA in still photography from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Nic Lawson
Camera and Electrical Department, Byzantium
Stephen Goldblatt
Cinematographer, The Help
Phedon Papamichael
Cinematographer, The Pursuit of Happyness
Phedon Papamichael, an award winning Cinematographer, was born in Athens, Greece and moved with his family to Germany, where in 1982 he completed his education in Fine Arts, in Munich. Working as a photojournalist brought Phedon to NYC in 1983, where he started crossing over into cinematography. His first short film...
Paul Elliott
Camera and Electrical Department, True Grit
John Seale
Cinematographer, Mad Max: Fury Road
Seamus McGarvey
Cinematographer, The Avengers
Seamus McGarvey BSC, born 29 June 1967 in Armagh, Northern Ireland, is an Irish cinematographer who began his career as a still photographer before attending film school at the University of Westminster in London. Upon graduating in 1988 he began shooting short films and documentaries, including Skin...
Antonio Riestra
Cinematographer, Mama
Antonio Riestra, ASC, AMC, ACK (Director of Photography) His career started in Mexico working as a stills photographer for the National Indigenous Institute, then continued in British Columbia, Canada. He moved back to Mexico and started as a loader in "Clear and Present Danger", focus puller in "Rough Magic" and then shot 2nd Unit on "Frida"...