How They Created the Naturalistic Look of 'There Will Be Blood' (1/2) | Cinematography
Aside from brilliant performances and direction, Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood (2007) is perhaps best known for its beautiful naturalistic cinematography. Join CinemaTyler for a look at what cameras, lenses, and film stock Anderson and cinematographer Robert Elswitt used, as well as how real locations and naturalistic lighting contributed to their visual masterpiece.
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