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David Boyd (cinematographer)

David R. Boyd, A.S.C. is an American cinematographer, director, and camera operator best known for his role as director of photography for the FOX television series Firefly and the AMC series The Walking Dead.[1] He also worked as cinematographer on the first three episodes of HBO's Deadwood. On the NBC television series Friday Night Lights[2] he served as director of photography on 18 of 22 episodes in the first season and moved up to direct two more. Later he worked on the pilot, Beyond,[3] for Fox television. He also directed the film Home Run which was released in 2013.

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  • The Walking Dead (as a director) 1
  • Friday Night Lights 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

The Walking Dead (as a director)

Friday Night Lights

References

  1. ^ Stephanie Argy, American Cinematographer magazine (February 2003). "Director of photography David Boyd brings an Old West aesthetic to Firefly, a Fox sci-fi series set in deep space.". Retrieved October 30, 2006. 
  2. ^ Staff Writer, Kodak InCamera magazine (January 2007). "Creating Compelling Friday Night Lights". 
  3. ^ Staff Writer, Kodak InCamera magazine (April 2007). "David Boyd explores a new idea in filmmaking for television". 

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