Volumes of color

Elliot Davis could have been an architect, but he caught the filmmaking bug. He also could have been a career cinematographer for Jacques Cousteau's undersea world, only water was not his element. Instead, Davis has become one of the more inventive directors of photography working in American film today. He doesn't, as a rule, work on the hugely hyped studio projects, although his upcoming movie, Out of Sight, stars George Clooney and is being released by Universal Pictures. Nor does he confi

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