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savaranmusic:

Uprooted II

savaranmusic:

Uprooted II

(via gacougnol)

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sweetheartsandcharacters:

Bela Lugosi relaxes on the set of Dracula (1931).

sweetheartsandcharacters:

Bela Lugosi relaxes on the set of Dracula (1931).

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stars-et-shooting:

 Richard Avedon par Jacques Henri Lartigue, 1966.

stars-et-shooting:

 Richard Avedon par Jacques Henri Lartigue, 1966.

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stars-et-shooting:

Mary Ellen Mark self portrait with Marlon Brando on the set of Apocalypse Now, with, by the looks of it, at least one Leica and two other cameras, 1979.

stars-et-shooting:

Mary Ellen Mark self portrait with Marlon Brando on the set of Apocalypse Now, with, by the looks of it, at least one Leica and two other cameras, 1979.

Reblogged from stars-et-shooting
stars-et-shooting:

Andy Warhol & Chinon 35F-MA.

stars-et-shooting:

Andy Warhol & Chinon 35F-MA.

Reblogged from 20th-century-man
20th-century-man:

Paris, 1944.

20th-century-man:

Paris, 1944.

Reblogged from 20th-century-man

20th-century-man:

Under construction…

Eiffel Tower, 1888.

Golden Gate Bridge, 1935.

World Trade Center, 1971.

Reblogged from 20th-century-man
20th-century-man:

Drive-in liquor store / Los Angeles, 1949.

20th-century-man:

Drive-in liquor store / Los Angeles, 1949.

Reblogged from gacougnol
gacougnol:

Ansel AdamsLine crew at work in Manzanar, Manzanar Relocation Center
1943

gacougnol:

Ansel Adams
Line crew at work in Manzanar, Manzanar Relocation Center
1943

Reblogged from cinephilearchive

cinephilearchive:

Sven Nykvist liked a photograph taken by Tarkovsky, with the sun’s reflection in the camera.

Sven Nykvist expressed this view of Tarkovsky’s method: “The Russian director has scenes that run seven, eight or nine minutes, as a rule; and it is not just the camera that moves — within the shot itself there is constant movement. Usually we film the establishing shot and then a large number of close-ups are cut into it. With Tarkovsky everything is much more complex. He devotes a great deal of time to the mise-en-scène and the overall atmosphere within the frame, and this is much more interesting, both from a technical and from an artistic standpoint, but it takes a lot of time. The main thing is to be tuned to his wavelength.” —Andrei Tarkovsky: A Photographic Chronicle of the Making of The Sacrifice

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Steve McQueen

(Source: miss-accacia27, via lottereinigerforever)

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Jean Cocteau, 1922.

alpinemastiff:

Jean Cocteau, 1922.

(Source: metmuseum.org, via lottereinigerforever)

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greeneyes55:

Barcelona Spain 1960
Photo: Francesc Catala Roca 

greeneyes55:

Barcelona Spain 1960

Photo: Francesc Catala Roca 

(via scandanavianblonde)