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3: Jeff Cronenweth, ASC on Tales from the Loop & How Story Drives the Visuals Art of the Shot

    • TV & Film

For this episode, I'm speaking with none other than Jeff Cronenweth, ASC!



Jeff is the two-time Oscar-nominated cinematographer behind many of David Fincher’s films, including The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and their first film together--and Jeff’s first feature film--Fight Club.



(And if you’re worried, no, we don’t talk about Fight Club... much.)



Jeff has also shot numerous commercials and music videos for some of the biggest artists, including Madonna, David Bowie, Shakira, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry.



And this month marked the release of Jeff’s first foray into television, with the pilot to the Amazon Prime original series, Tales from the Loop: a sci-fi anthology adapted from the paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag.

 

What you may not know is that Jeff Cronenweth is the son of legendary cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth, the eye behind the era-defining look of Blade Runner. Enjoy this in-depth conversation about everything from how Jeff forged his own path while following in his father’s footsteps, and his approach to lighting based on story, to working with David Fincher, his work on Tales from the Loop (including how he achieved a never-before-seen lighting effect), and his tip for making sure eye lights look more natural.



The Art of the Shot podcast is brought to you by Evidence Cameras, an outstanding rental house in Echo Park specializing in high-end digital cinema camera packages, lenses, support, and accessories. Check them out at www.evidencecameras.com



If you gain value from this conversation, please consider supporting the show by donating here: https://anchor.fm/art-of-the-shot/support 

I handle every aspect of producing, publishing, and promoting the podcast myself, and your support helps me continue to provide these kinds of high-quality episodes with people working at the top of the craft. But even if you cannot afford to donate, please know your time spent listening is already a deeply appreciated form of support. Thank you!

And if you haven't yet, please be sure to subscribe to be notified of future episodes, and share this podcast with others to help grow the show and spread the knowledge!



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Tales from the Loop trailer audio copyright Amazon.com, Inc. Used with permission courtesy of Amazon Studios.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-of-the-shot/support

For this episode, I'm speaking with none other than Jeff Cronenweth, ASC!



Jeff is the two-time Oscar-nominated cinematographer behind many of David Fincher’s films, including The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and their first film together--and Jeff’s first feature film--Fight Club.



(And if you’re worried, no, we don’t talk about Fight Club... much.)



Jeff has also shot numerous commercials and music videos for some of the biggest artists, including Madonna, David Bowie, Shakira, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry.



And this month marked the release of Jeff’s first foray into television, with the pilot to the Amazon Prime original series, Tales from the Loop: a sci-fi anthology adapted from the paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag.

 

What you may not know is that Jeff Cronenweth is the son of legendary cinematographer Jordan Cronenweth, the eye behind the era-defining look of Blade Runner. Enjoy this in-depth conversation about everything from how Jeff forged his own path while following in his father’s footsteps, and his approach to lighting based on story, to working with David Fincher, his work on Tales from the Loop (including how he achieved a never-before-seen lighting effect), and his tip for making sure eye lights look more natural.



The Art of the Shot podcast is brought to you by Evidence Cameras, an outstanding rental house in Echo Park specializing in high-end digital cinema camera packages, lenses, support, and accessories. Check them out at www.evidencecameras.com



If you gain value from this conversation, please consider supporting the show by donating here: https://anchor.fm/art-of-the-shot/support 

I handle every aspect of producing, publishing, and promoting the podcast myself, and your support helps me continue to provide these kinds of high-quality episodes with people working at the top of the craft. But even if you cannot afford to donate, please know your time spent listening is already a deeply appreciated form of support. Thank you!

And if you haven't yet, please be sure to subscribe to be notified of future episodes, and share this podcast with others to help grow the show and spread the knowledge!



Subscribe and follow Art of the Shot:

Instagram

Apple Podcasts

Spotify

Google Podcasts

Overcast



Follow Derek Stettler:

Instagram

Twitter



Follow Jeff Cronenweth, ASC:

Instagram

IMDb



Tales from the Loop trailer audio copyright Amazon.com, Inc. Used with permission courtesy of Amazon Studios.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-of-the-shot/support

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