Roger Deakins on His Love for Black and White Photography and His New Book ‘Byways’

Roger Deakins on His Love for Black and White Photography and His New Book ‘Byways’
Two-time Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins is best known for his effective and simple camera work on films such as “Skyfall,” “Blade Runner 2049” and “1917,” on which he collaborated with directors such as Sam Mendes and Denis Villeneuve. His images simmer and he has provided some of the most visually delightful scenes on film.

Considered a master behind the lens, Deakins has made an impact on the industry as he presents timeless works of art through his cinematography.

His new project, however, is a personal one. “Byways,” publishing Nov. 2 and available to pre-order, is a compendium of photos from Deakins’ private collection. Spanning five decades, the hardcover curated by Deakins and Damiani books is a snapshot of single frames from the beaches and coasts of England to field shots in Germany while on set. The images capture his love for the enigmatic.

Deakins talks about why he gravitates to black and white photography,
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