Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Best of 2006: Cinematography



If I had any knack for achieving the artistry of filmmaking, instead of just observing it as well and as often as I can, I would love nothing better than to be a gifted cinematographer (or at least a stunning, keenly observant photographer, like Dr. S.). Such is my lot, however, that I can barely take a digital photo without scalping somebody at the top of the frame or planting my fingertip right on the lens. From the abject inadequacy of my own image-making, I absolutely revere the kinds of talent on display for us all in the best-photographed movies of 2006.

And now, only one more category to go... and you know which one that is!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Simon said...

Well, someone has to sit in the theatre. Who is the most important person involved in the making of the film - the audience. Give yourself a round of applause!

4:19 AM, February 07, 2007  
Blogger NATHANIEL R said...

great choices. i love someone backing me up on Lance Acord. Why doesn't he ever get any love?

7:51 AM, February 07, 2007  
Blogger Dr. S said...

Oh, thanks for the surprise shout-out, sweetie.

8:50 AM, February 07, 2007  
Blogger Kamikaze Camel said...

Cinematopgrahy is routinely my favourite category. I liked the Marie work, but personally wouldn't nominate it (my list would be The Black Dahlia, Children of Men, Jindabyne, The Prestige and United 93).

1:45 AM, February 08, 2007  

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