Christopher's long-time Director of Photography.
But that's just the color grading... and isn't that an 'editing issue'. I mean the lighting is a part of the cinematography I guess, ok. But I'm not sure about the color grading.
IBelieveInBruceWayne wrote:My favourite cinematography moments in each movie:
Memento - probably the weakest movie visually IMO, the opening scene is absolutely fantastic though.
Insomnia - opening titles with the blood, the overhead shots of the icy glaciers are particularly impressive.
Batman Begins - Can't understand why people don't think much of BB, it has some great shots. The opening shot with Bruce falling into the well is great, the scene where Bruce is surrounded by Bats is fantastic but my favourite is the scene is where Batman is perched upon a skyscraper overlooking Gotham. It just looks absolutely gorgeous with the Chicago skyline backdrop at dusk.
The Prestige - Propably Wally Pfister's best shot movie. The opening scene is great, the scenes involving the Tesla machine are fantastic. My favourite visual scene is when Tesla shows Angier his lightbulb experiment. Absolutely stunning.
The Dark Knight - All the IMAX scenes look fantastic, particularly Batman's leap off of a Hong Kong skyscraper. The ending shot is iconic but my favourite shot out of the movie and probably of any Nolan movie is Batman standing over the ruins of the blown up warehouse place where Rachel died.
Inception - The hallway fight obviously and the city bending over look fantastic. There's no one outstanding shot in this movie for me, it just looks so effortlessly brilliant and consistent.
thefirerises97 wrote:Plus, has anyone else noticed the identical shots in Batman Begins and TDK?:
A shot of batman gliding down the center of a flight of stairs from above? In that Arkham mansion in BB, and the Prewitt building when he flies down with two hostages? They're identical.
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