– This is a 5th generation family so you wanna preserve the legacy of the land. So, it’s pretty obvious what he wants. He wants things to continue the way they always have. (upbeat music) – You know, now that we’ve kind of found out who all these characters are, now we can really go a little deeper with them and all the relationships and all these different people’s lives sort of being up against each other.
There’s some sort of intrinsic value to film that digital doesn’t have and it yields beautiful portraits and that’s what we wanted to capture. My name is Sarah Coulter and I am the Senior Photo Editor at Paramount Network. Tin Types were the predominant and mostly only photography in the mid-19th century. A lot of that early frontier imagery was made by these photographers who were traveling in a caravan and it’s a nice throw back to that. But also, the themes in Yellowstone, like the traditional values met with the world as it is today, we just thought it was a great fit.
– Previously on “Yellowstone.” – Our whole life’s just a long series of losing things I love. I’m not gonna lose this one, Rip. Not this one. Now we face a new enemy and they don’t play fair.
They’ll find the thing you care about most and they’ll kill it. – Oh my god. – Burn it. – Light it up! – Now you know what they did to me. – I don’t see the logic in attacking all three of us. – I suggest you find a way to extricate yourself from this deal. – And make a new deal with us. – They want you to leave. They want him to quit building and they want me to make him. – Men like him, they just wanna be feared. – All that tough talk, Beth. I’ve got the cure for that.