|2008||Boston Society of Film Critics||Best Cinematography||Paranoid Park||Won|
|2005||Los Angeles Film Critics Association||Best Cinematography (Runner-up)||2046||Won|
|2005||National Society of Film Critics||Best Cinematography||2046||Won|
|2005||New York Film Critics Circle||Best Cinematography||2046||Won|
|2005||Online Film Critics Association||Best Cinematography||2046||Nominated|
by William Goss
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by Peter Martin
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by Jessica Barnes
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by Monika Bartyzel
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