6 wins & 4 nominations.
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(assistant camera - uncredited)
(focus puller - uncredited)
(second unit photography - uncredited)
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[on the shooting of Barry Lyndon
(1975)} "There was a great deal of testing of possible photographic approaches and effects - the candlelight thing, for example. Actually, we had talked about shooting solely by candlelight as far back as '2001', when Stanley Kubrick was planning to film 'Napoleon' but the requisite fast lenses were not available at the time....The objective was to shoot these ...
He developed the versatile non-anamorphic Super Techniscope system. It would later be in use under the same "System 35.".
Frequently used natural lighting as cinematographer.
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