Who are the photographer(s) of Seven Pounds?

Who was responsible for the photography in Seven Pounds? Who took the pictures? Etc.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    This is taken straight from IMDB...

    Camera and Electrical Department

    Waide R. Allen .... electrician

    Mark Anderson .... ultimate arm technician

    Chris Bateman .... best boy electric

    Patrick Beatty .... grip

    Josh Bleibtreu .... director of photography: second unit

    Daniel Cotroneo .... set lighting technician

    Matthew A. Del Ruth .... first assistant camera: second unit

    Kirk R. Gardner .... camera operator: "a" camera

    Kirk R. Gardner .... steadicam operator

    Tim Guffin .... second assistant camera

    Bob Hall .... first assistant camera: "a" camera

    Douglas S. Holgate .... aerial director of photography

    Jared Hoy .... rigging electrician

    Philip J. Jaffe .... first assistant camera: second unit

    David Jarrell .... gaffer

    Alex Klabukov .... key grip: second unit

    J. Steven Matzinger .... camera operator: "b" camera

    James M. McClure .... lighting technician: second unit

    Daniel C. McFadden .... second assistant camera

    Merrick Morton .... still photographer

    Daniel Nichols .... camera operator: ultimate arm

    Jacqueline J. Nivens .... second assistant camera

    Tony Oberstar .... camera production assistant

    Robert Petrin .... ultimate arm operator

    Aaron Schuh .... film loader

    Don Steinberg .... first assistant camera

    Luke Bird Stern .... second assistant camera

    Brian Tilden .... gaffer: second unit

    John Trunk .... video assist

    David J. White II .... camera operator

    I haven't seen the film so I don't know if there is any particular scene you mean, but the still photographer is listed as Merrick Morton.

    I wonder if you may be talking about 'cinematography'?. Are you talking about still images or the 'look' of the film as a whole?.

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