Gordon Willis, who died on Sunday at 82, was one of the great cinematographers of the 20th century. Between his work on The Godfather, Manhattan, All The President's Men, Annie Hall, and many more classic films, he leaves behind an exquisite body of work.
When an interviewer asked about his process, Willis chided, "You're looking for the formula. There is no formula. The formula comes out of you."
A small sampling of his most memorable shots are below.