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Mark Kenfield

James Hawkinson

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Hi guys,


Over the last couple of years I've been floored by James Hawkinson's gorgeous work on Hannibal and The Man in the High Castle.


Beautiful, impressionistic colours, bright whites, deep blacks, and very tastefully done diffusion.


I was wondering if anyone's heard (or can guess at) the types of diffusion he's using? I haven't noticed any artifacts to suggest it's nets behind the lens, so I think it's just glass diffusion in front of the lens.


Any thoughts?





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There was a good interview article about Hannibal in ASC magazine. You should check it out. If I remember correctly, he is using muslin a lot. He is one of my favorite cinematographer now. Great talent

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