Photographer Recreates Film Scenes Using DIY Images In Real Locations [Pics]

Photographer Recreates Film Scenes Using DIY Images In Real Locations [Pics]
technology

A New York amateur photographer recreates film scenes with grainy, self-printed, black and white images.

Karen Summerson
  • 28 september 2012

We all have favorite movie moments, those scenes with a memorable line or a great actor, and location is obviously a huge factor. In New York City alone, hundreds of locations have been pictured in famous films, such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Ghostbusters. One film fan, Christopher Moloney, has launched a blog called FILMography, where he prints a black and white picture of a famous movie scene in New York and takes it back to its original spot. By aligning the picture within the location, he creates a fun suspension of disbelief, where film and reality meet, and then he snaps a picture for his webpage

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