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The Cinematography Of The Dark Knight
Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer, Wally Pfister on the look of the films

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"We both still really, really love Batman Begins, but to me, in terms of the style, it’s still a little bit more fantastical, and in terms of the look of it I was probably still playing a little bit more conservatively. Even though we were aiming for that grittier style, I still felt the obligation to the studio to put a sort of polished, big-budget look on it. Having said that, I still think it’s a very different looking film to what the audience might have expected. By the time we did Dark Knight though, I think there was a pretty clear idea that we could do whatever we wanted to!"

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