Camera, Film, & Tape
Asked by Cohn Brothers to be Director of Cinemetography for "Inside Llewyn Davis"
Director of Photography for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Worked as main cinematographer for director Jean-Piere Jeanot on "Amelie"
"I don’t consider myself an artist – I wouldn’t dare say that – but I ask some of the same questions as a painter," he explains. "It’s not about the technique. We are good technicians or bad technicians. When you go to an exhibition and you stand in front of a painting, you have a feeling. You might like or dislike it without knowing exactly why. Think of an abstract painter like Mark Rothko. Sometimes it’s only squares and rectangles of color. But we feel something – enthusiasm, sadness, happiness. It’s amazing that he could achieve this with only squares of color. "That’s what I’m looking for in a movie," continues Delbonnel. "I’m far from being as brilliant as Mark Rothko. But I think that’s a good way to approach a script." - from InCamera online magazine from Kodak. Read more: http://motion.kodak.com/motion/Publications/InCamera/Hazy_Shade_of_Winter_Bruno_Delbonnel_ASC_AFC_Frames_Inside_Llewyn_Davis.htm#ixzz2wNF4f6Tn