2021/ 10 —October Issue of American Cinematographer

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The October 2021 issue offers a focus on specialized cinematography — including underwater and sports photography — as well as coverage of Reminiscence, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry, and Loki. Here’s a look at this month’s slate.


  • ASC member Pete Romano discusses his prolific career in underwater cinematography, as well as new innovations and technologies in this specialized field.


  • A look at the visual techniques and technologies that are bringing cinematic elements to such sporting events as Fox Sports’ “Field of Dreams” baseball game, the Olympics, and Fox NFL.


  • Reminiscence cinematographer Paul Cameron, ASC and crew employ projection-mapping and virtual-production methods to create an in-camera hologram effect for director Lisa Joy’s sci-fi drama.


  • Cinematographer Jenna Rosher details photographing director J. Cutler’s documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.


  • A pictorial tour of the documentary Playing With Sharks: The Valerie Taylor Story, with remarks from cinematographer Judd Overton.


  • Shot Craft: A discussion of the specialized filmmaking techniques cinematographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw and crew employed to accomplish a long continuous sequence on an episode of the Marvel/Disney Plus series Loki.


  • In Memoriam: AC recalls the career of Oscar-nominated cinematographer Jack C. Couffer, ASC.


  • Clubhouse News: The latest bulletins from the Society feature the welcoming of new members John Conroy and James Hawkinson; recent achievements of ASC members Phedon Papamichael and Pete Kozachik; and a remembrance of Steadicam expert, camera operator and cinematographer Dan Kneece.


  • Wrap Shot: ASC members Bill Butler and Michael Chapman, along with director Steven Spielberg, in Martha’s Vineyard on the set of Jaws.



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