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Cameras in the Movies / TV / Media If you are a photographer, it's difficult not to appreciate movies too. In this forum you can discuss movies, as well as the cameras used in them. What camera used in what film / TV show etc has long been a topic of discussion at RFF. Whether the Exakta and 400mm Kilfitt lens in Hitchcock's Rear Window or the Nikons in Eastwood's Bridges of Madison County, cameras are tools which reflect the time and technology of the film.

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UK Photographer Giles Penfound talks about his photography and some of his photographs.
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thanks for sharing- powerful
imperfection is beauty,
madness is genius,
and its better to be absolutely ridiculous,
than absolutely boring.

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Thrilling images and thrilling stories.
Good Light and Good Luck (with tip of the hat to Edward R Murrow)

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Thanks. Penfound has an ethos worth a great deal to me--candor, gentleness, humility, empathy, understatedness--and the film let all that come across with transparency. I'll be viewing it again from time to time, I imagine, as a touchstone.
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