Why They Jammed A Dozen Movies Into ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’

We chat with cinematographer Larkin Seiple about the numerous influences flooding throughout this multiversal madhouse. Read More

Bigger Isn’t Always Better: An Introduction to Movie Camera Sensor Size

Put on your "tech-talk" pants, it's time to talk sensor size. Read More

Why They Used Bottles as Lenses for ‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’

We chat with cinematographer Shawn Peters about the new Apple TV+ series and how chasing imperfection always results in authenticity. Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Color Temperature in Film

Every film has a light source ... and every light source has a color temperature. Here's an intro to this… Read More

How the Golden Ratio Explains Cinema’s Hold On Us

You know what they say. The eyes are the window to the soul. Read More

DP Rodrigo Prieto on the Creative Thrust of “Subjective Cinematography”

If the camera has a perspective, it's worth asking whose perspective it belongs to. Read More

The Return of 4:3

You know what they say: it's hip to be square. Read More

How They Filmed the Café Dolly Shot in ‘Wings’

No, there wasn't a buzzsaw attached to the camera. But that's a free idea if anyone wants it... Read More

The Center-Framed Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar

Arguably one of the most visually identifiable directors working today, here's a quick celebration of the center frames of Spanish… Read More