Shooting Time- Cinematographers on Cinematography (Book)

Shooting Time | Cinematographers on Cinematography 

by NSC ( Netherlands Society of Cinematographers)

is a collection of conversations with directors of photography who talk about their profession in the transition from analog to digital cinema. The conversations center around two main areas: film language and digital revolution. How does each and every DP employ his own visual style or 'film language'? Do the new tools transform the profession of the DP and do they affect the language and visual outlook of cinema? The DP’s interviewed include:

Luciano Tovoli, Vilmos Zsigmond, Anton van Munster, Robby Müller,
Dante Spinotti, Christian Berger, Slawomir Idziak, Frederick Elmes, Walther van den Ende, Edward Lachman, Roger Deakins, Maryse Alberti, Bruno Delbonnel, Pieter
Vermeer, Benoît Debie, Melle van Essen, Nicolas Provost,Alexis Zabe and Mátyás Erdély.

The publication is an initiative of the Netherlands Society of Cinematographers, it was created by film makers for film aficionados. For more info, contact the NSC.

editors | Richard van Oosterhout, Maarten van Rossem, Peter Verstraten

language | English

paperback | 224 pp | 15 x 20 cm


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