Cinematography : 129 of the most beautiful shots in Cinema history by Geoff Hall

Geoff Hall

129 of the most beautiful shots in Cinema history

Happy Monday, Stage 32 people. I just wanted to share this post from the 'No Film School' tribe. Enjoy. Which are your favourite shots? http://nofilmschool.com/2015/08/here-are-129-reminders-how-beautifully-p...

Here Are 129 Reminders of How Beautifully Powerful Cinematography Can Be
Here Are 129 Reminders of How Beautifully Powerful Cinematography Can Be
Gregg Toland, Gordon Willis, Kazuo Miyagawa, Chivo Lubezki, Roger Deakins, Robert Yeoman, Reed Morano... These cinematographers' work is brilliant, powerful, inspiring, and all too often thankless. Th…
Amanda Toney

Awesome share Geoff. Thank you.

Geoff Hall

Thank you Shannon. Yes there are some wonderful reminders of how beautiful this medium can be. I need to see some of those films again, I think. What was your favourite?

Stage 32 Staff - Julie

Love this Chinatown shot from Welles...Chinatown was filmed on Stage 32 at Paramount :) Thanks for sharing Geoff.

Geoff Hall

Thanks @Julie, that's a sweet shot.

Debbie Croysdale

Melancholia is the most esoteric, I could have the poster in my home. There is a photo not named (above the Pulp Fiction shot), where a truck is driving on a dirt road in the wilderness, in a never ending maze of iron pylons. This shot fills me with an uneasy foreshadow, (if I was actually in the location), a kind of "Get the Hell Outa Here" before shit happens dread.

Geoff Hall

Hi @Debbie, the pylon shot is I believe, if memory serves me right from Se7en. Very atmospheric. A wonderful film.

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