Mark Lee Ping Bin (李屏賓), also known Mark Lee, Ping Bing Lee (born 1954), is a critically acclaimed Taiwanese cinematographer with over 40 films and 9 international awards to his credit.
He has been the cinematographer for the majority of Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s films. He also did the cinematography for Vertical Ray of the Sun and replaced Christopher Doyle as the cinematographer for In the Mood for Love, and he came to international prominence when they were released in 2000, both films receiving considerable acclaim for their visual style. Along with Doyle he won the Technical Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. —wikipedia
A new quote from my favourite DP: “To shoot on digital instead of film stock is like being asked to paint with a ball-point pen instead of a brush.”