This year, Getty placed remote cameras on the red carpet. Remote cameras are static and stay in one place, and are useful for capturing hundreds of arrivals. The photo agency also recently started using robotic cameras, which can move up, down, from side to side, and can zoom in. A photographer operates the robotic cameras with a joystick at a computer. It's like playing a video game, Busacca said.Busacca told us that it's about being in the moment, and being at the right place at the right time. These moments pass by quickly, so photographers really have to be tuned in and fully aware of what's happening around them.This candid shot of Moonlight director Barry Jenkins, wearing a blue ribbon to represent the ACLU, was taken by a robotic camera.Busacca said that some of his favorite gowns of the nights were from Charlize Theron, Hailee Steinfeld, and Taraji P. Henson. Above, Janelle Monáe shows off her look in an aerial view from a remote camera.Busacca described the whole night, from the red carpet and the ceremony to the Vanity Fair after-party, as an amplified experience.Like this amazing pantsuit Viola Davis wore Sunday night. Busacca told Business Insider that during what's now known as Envelopegate, he was preparing for the Vanity Fair party arrivals, and everyone was suddenly glued to TVs showing the confusion.