Deconstructing Cinematography with "Blade Runner" (1982)

Blade Runner is one of today's universally acclaimed neo-noir, science fiction films that caught the essence of the genre. The visuals are known for being both simple and complex simultaneously, in which lighting played a huge part in its visual storytelling.

Geoff Boyle and Nic Knowland deconstruct the cinematography of Blade Runner, the 1982 film that is beloved and praised for its special effects in the absence of non-digital technology, comprehensively discussing and comparing lighting and lenses that were utilized in the original Blade Runner and the latest - Blade Runner 2049

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