My first post on the forum, looking forward for some amazing interaction with fellow cinematographers and the experienced.
Recently watched the film 'The Judge' DP'd by the great Janus Kaminski. Big fan of his work on Saving Private Ryan, Catch Me If you can, The Terminal.
However, i found the film a tad bit lit at some places. And then while researching i came across this article:
where he mentions that he was looking for "I wanted to make an old-style movie where you feel the light. I wanted to use the void of light or having the sun streaming through windows and telling the audience: pay attention because something important is going to happen.”
Wanted to know what you guys thought about the lighting and cinematography of the film. I am a naturalist(like most you are am sure), so it'd be interesting to know your thoughts on this.