You’ve seen us talk and talk about the brilliance of Roger Deakins on We Bought a Blog. However, for non-cinephiles, knowing the man behind the camera may not be easy to peg. Thanks to popular demand from our readers, here are thirty amazing shots from his films. I only allowed one shot per film so that you can see the amazing magnitude of his work.

1984 – Directed by Michael Radford (1984)

Sid and Nancy – Directed by Alex Cox (1986)

Homicide – Directed by David Mamet (1991)

Barton Fink – Directed by Joel Coen (1991)

The Secret Garden – Directed by Agnieszka Holland (1993)

The Hudsucker Proxy – Directed by Joel Coen (1994)

The Shawshank Redemption – Directed by Frank Darabont

Dead Man Walking – Directed by Tim Robbins (1995)

Fargo – Directed by Joel Coen (1996) 

Kundun – Directed by Martin Scorsese (1997)

The Big Lebowski – Directed by Joel Coen (1998)

The Siege – Directed by Edward Zwick (1998)

The Hurricane – Directed by Norman Jewison (1999)

O Brother, Where Art Thou? – Directed by Joel Coen (2000)

A Beautiful Mind – Directed by Ron Howard (2001)

The Man Who Wasn’t There – Directed by Joel Coen (2001)

The Village – Directed by M. Night Shyamalan (2004)

Jarhead – Directed by Sam Mendes (2005)

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)

No Country For No Men – Directed by The Coen Brothers (2007)

Doubt – Directed by John Patrick Shanley (2008)

Revolutionary Road – Directed by Sam Mendes (2008)

Wall-E* – Directed by Andrew Stanton *Visual Consultant (2008)

The Reader – Directed by Stephen Daldry

A Serious Man – Directed by The Coen Brothers (2009)

True Grit – Directed by The Coen Brothers (2010)

How to Train Your Dragon*- Directed By Chris Sanders & Dean Dubois (2010) *Visual Consultant

Rango* – Directed by Gore Verbinski (2011) *Visual Consultant

Skyfall – Directed by Sam Mendes (2012)

Prisoners – Directed by Denis Villaneuve (2013)

How to Train Your Dragon 2*- Directed By Chris Sanders & Dean Dubois (2014) *Visual Consultant

Sicario – Directed by Denis Villaneuve (2015)

Blade Runner 2049 – Directed by Denis Villaneuve (2017)

1917 – Directed by Sam Mendes (2019)

What are some of your favorite moments in Roger Deakins career? Let us hear your picks in the comments below!

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