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ASC Awards Preview: Meet the Nominees From Roger Deakins to Rachel Morrison

Bruno Delbonnel, Hoyte Van Hoytema and Dan Laustsen are also nominated in the feature competition.

Cinematographer Roundtable: 6 Pros on Happy Accidents and Being “Fed Up” With the Film-vs.-Digital Debate

The lensing experts behind 'Blade Runner 2049,' 'Dunkirk,' 'Mudbound,' 'The Post,' 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.,' 'The Shape of Water' and 'Suburbicon' open up about their craft and finding a balance with…

Hollywood Film Awards: Amy Adams, Jon Hamm, Viola Davis Among Presenters

The awards show also revealed more honorees, including that 'Darkest Hour' star Gary Oldman will receive the career achievement distinction.

Oscars: Cinematographer Roger Deakins, Who Has Never Won, Gets 13th Nom

He was cited for his work on drug cartel thriller 'Sicario.'

BAFTA Cinematography Nominations: Three-Time Winners Lubezki, Deakins to Face Off

Shortlisted in the same year for the first time, they will go up against one-time winners Janusz Kaminski and John Seale, as well as first-time nominee Ed Lachman.

How Roger Deakins Mastered Shooting in the Dark for ‘Sicario’

The Oscar-nominated cinematographer embraced silhouettes and shadows for a tense tunnel sequence.

Oscars: ‘Birdman’s’ DP Reveals Most Challenging Aspect of “Single Take” Shoot

The four other nominated cinematographers also reveal how every frame mattered, from memorable scenes of fire to re-creations of the quiet calm of a nunnery.

Oscars: Will Roger Deakins, the Susan Lucci of Cinematographers, Finally Win?

The 'Unbroken' DP is long overdue for a statuette, but 'Birdman's' Emmanuel Lubezki could stand in his way.

Oscars: Inside the Film vs. Digital Divide

From 'Interstellar' to 'Unbroken,' how filmmakers determined the right format to fit the story

Making of ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’: How a Personal Tragedy Inspired the Story

Drawing on a page from his own family history, director Dean DeBlois created a sequel to the 2010 hit dragon tale that takes some surprisingly risky turns

‘Unbroken’: What the Critics Are Saying

Angelina Jolie enlists cinematographer Roger Deakins and the Coen brothers for her war drama, which stars Jack O'Connell, Domhnall Gleeson, Miyavi and Garrett Hedlund