I've re-read this four times --- I still see "Strangelove feet.BillTre said:Dr. Strangelove feel.
Doesn't "matte" equal "shiny?"BillTre said:matte
Stanley Kubrick primarily took photos of everyday life in New York City. He was particularly drawn to street scenes and portraits of people.
No, Stanley Kubrick did not have any formal training in photography. He taught himself by studying photography books and experimenting with different techniques.
Kubrick's photography background heavily influenced his filmmaking style. He was known for using unique angles, lighting, and composition in his films, which were techniques he learned and perfected through photography.
Yes, Kubrick's photos were exhibited and published. In 1945, his work was featured in a solo exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York. He also had several photographs published in Look magazine.
Yes, there are many similarities between Kubrick's photos and his films. Both often feature stark, black and white imagery, and explore themes of human nature and societal issues. Kubrick's attention to detail and use of symbolism can also be seen in both his photos and films.