Reflections: Twenty-One Cinematographers at Work examines the practice of cinematography in wide-ranging discussions with professional cinematographers, who analyze their art from both technical and aesthetic perspectives. All of the interviews include commentary on workshops depicting specific shooting setups, as well as the subject's thoughts on lighting design and artistic philosophy. Each chapter is also illustrated with reproductions of the 35mm film frames shot during each workshop, along with lighting diagrams of the setup. The cinematographers also talk candidly about many other aspects of their profession, such as working with directors, designing scenes, managing time, handling set politics and other realities of the film business. The 21 cinematographers included in this book are: Vittorio Storaro (The Last Emperor), Owen Roizman (The French Connection), Darius Khondji (Seven), Stephen Goldblatt (Angels in America), Stephen Burum (The Untouchables), Jordan Croneweth (Peggy Sue Got Married), John Hora (Gremlins), Philippe Rousselot (A River Runs Through It), Michel Hugo (Dynasty), Steven Poster (Donnie Darko), Henri Alekan (Wings of Desire), Frederick Elmes (The Ice Storm), Tony Pierce-Roberts (Remains of the Day), Vilmos Zsigmond (Close Encounter of the Third Kind), Haskell Wexler (Bound for Glory), Laszlo Kovacs (Easy Rider), Yves Angelo (Tous Les Matins du Monde), Jack Green (Unforgiven), Denis Lenoir (Monsieur Hire), Raoul Coutard (Breathless) and Allen Daviau (Fearless).Benjamin Bergery is the author of 'Reflections: Twenty-One Cinematographers At Work' with ISBN 9780935578164 and ISBN 0935578161.