"I like light that looks like it comes from real places," says Dyanna Taylor, the Emmy Award-winning cinematographer whose projects range from the Oscar-winning documentary Common Threads to Life After Life, a feature documentary she recently shot for HBO. Coming from what she calls "a deep documentary background," Taylor leans toward a sense of formal realism in her work. "It's a style that is not MTV," she confirms in a telephone interview from her home in Santa Fe, NM, where she spends ...
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