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Whedonesque - a community weblog about Joss Whedon
"The human mind is like Van Halen. If you just pull out one piece and keep replacing it, it just degenerates."
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June 19 2013

Firefly, Snap Zooms, and Joss Whedon’s influence on Man of Steel. A neat piece on Joss's use of the "snap zoom" in Firefly, and how it has influenced action cinematography.

June 07 2013

Lensbaby talks to Much Ado director of photography Jay Hunter. The lens maker (Portland-based!) talks to Hunter and shooting Much Ado About Nothing, for which he used the company's distorting/selective focus lenses. Hunter also shot on Dollhouse.

June 05 2013

'Much Ado About Nothing' and Why the Future of Monochrome Cinematography Isn't Black & White. Film.com examines the art of black and white film in an age "where it's even less prominent than it was in the days of the rebellious French New Wave.". Much Ado's cinematographer Jay Hunter describes using the RED EPIC camera and shooting black and white digitally: More...

March 27 2009

Dr. Horrible wins Streamy Award for original music (Jed Whedon). And reportedly Jed gave the "best speech", and the work also won for editing (Lisa Lassek) and cinematography (Ryan Green).

September 26 2008

Jack Green to receive ASC 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award. Serenity's cinematographer is to be honoured by the American Society of Cinematographers for his "extraordinary body of work that is constantly evolving."

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