So I've been catching up on Battlestar Galactica, and I've been pretty impressed with the 'look' they've carved out for themselves. They went for the trendy realistic/documentary feel -- gritty, lots of shaky handheld work (which carries over to the CG effects as well). The lighting is very harsh, as you might expect on a military ship; bright overhead spotlights. Highlights are frequently blown out. (It would be ugly if it didn't fit so well.) The interiors are otherwise very low-light (but not too noisy/grainy like Firefly was). Does anyone have any insight on their cinematography? Are they shooting digital or 16/35mm film? How do they make the highlights "glow" -- is that done in post, or a trick of the lighting?