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How Cinematographer Paul Cameron Created the Look of Westworld’s Sci-Fi Western

In his work shooting Marlboro commercials alongside the late Tony Scott, cinematographer Paul Cameron brought a quick-cut, hyperstylized look to the American West. For Sunday night's Westworld pilot, though, he slowed things down: As Cameron explained over the phone a few days before the episode aired, he and director Jonathan ... More »
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