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10 films about photography that every photographer should see

The film and photography go hand in hand. In film making, art of cinematography is combined with photography. If a photographer really want to improve their craft, you have to see how filmmakers and cinematographers capture moving images. These movies are always available on Movie25

1. One Hour Photo (2002)

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A dark thriller with Robin Williams playing inspired to be an employee Walmart.

 

2. High Art (1998)

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An independent film full of melancholy and beautifully filmed. The heroine of the film, Radha Mitchell is a young man who works in a small magazine and ends in love with a lesbian photographer addicted to drugs, Ally Sheedy. Both exploit each other to advance their careers.

 

3. Rear Window (1954)

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The main character, James Stewart, Grace Kelly stars with this classic Hitchcock thriller about a photographer wheelchair spying on his neighbors through the lens of his camera. In one of his voyeuristic episodes is convinced he sees one of them commits murder.

 

4. Closer (2004)

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Julia Roberts plays a portrait photographer who becomes entangled in a love triangle with the characters played by Jude Law and Clive Owen. Although the film shows only a little aside photography, the film itself gives an accurate description of the process of photography.

 

5. Pecker (1998)

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A great film with an indie sensation is heightened by the artistic genius of John Waters behind the camera. Edward Furlong offers great performance as an employee of a store in a small town sandwiches, becoming the photographic feel thanks to a great art dealer who takes him around the world.

 

6. Blow-Up (1966)

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Cult film of the 60s that follows Thomas a fashion photographer played by David Hemmings, who accidentally discovers a murder when he reveals captured images in the darkroom.

 

7. Proof (1991)

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A lesser known of the pre-race Gladiator Russell Crowe movie, whose character describes a blind photographer (Hugo Weaving in his pre-Matrix paper) the pictures I had taken. It sounds like a cliché, but the film was beautifully filmed and acted.

 

8. Under Fire (1983)

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Three journalists in a love triangle are involved in political intrigue during the last days of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua before it falls to a popular revolution in 1979. Under Fire is a cinematic characterization showing the photojournalist of war played by Nick Nolte.

 

9. City of God (2002)

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This chilling portrait of life in the slums and streets of Brazil shows the life of two boys, one of them grows up to become a photographer.

 

10. Gentleman’s Relish (2001)

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Comedy set in early 20th century London, on the frustrated artist Swann, played by Billy Connolly, which accepts a gift that will change your life: a camera. Thus began a new career in photography, expressing his artistic ability in the wildest portraits of nudes in a classic setting and therefore is submitted in the spotlight of notoriety contemptuous!