DP Roger Deakins Shoots Black and White in Color and Juggles Film Stocks on Two New Films Though The Man Who Wasn't There is Roger Deakins' first feature film in black and white, the DP's years of experience as a still photographer meant the process was no mystery to him. “In many ways I'd rather shoot black and white, but obviously you can't get to do it much these days,” says the cinematographer, whose other major upcoming movie is Ron Howard's A Beautiful Mind, a more conventionally shot ...
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