Guy Ritchie WeekRevolver, 2005Cinematography: Tim Maurice-Jones
Throughout the city, Frank Jump sees what others don’t. He sees ghost signs — those ads painted on the sides of buildings that retreat from the eye as time passes — and they leap out at him. Then he reaches for his camera.
Occupy Wall Street becomes the stuff of history tomorrow when the South Street Seaport Museum reopens with a photo exhibit of the events at and around Zuccotti Park last year. Daily News photographers are among a group selected for the show.
“Eye on the Naked City” sounds like an appropriate title for a photo retrospective of retired Daily News photographer Charles Ruppmann’s best tabloid work. The show, through Feb.25 at the the Field Library in Peekskill, also shows a real slice of Big Apple history.
Rebecca Lepkoff can’t picture putting her camera down — and she’s been shooting the city for 72 years now. “Of course I still take pictures,” says the 96-year-old shutterbug, who recently greeted guests to her new “Life on the Lower East Side” exhibit at the New York Tenement Museum.
Photographer Camilo José Vergara can tell the story of most any corner in Harlem. “All these used to be empty lots,” he says, pointing across Frederick Douglass Blvd. at 111th St. He points to Montreal Pet Care at 113th.
Request Week #13 – d4isyInto The Wild, 2007Cinematography: Eric Gautier
Guy Ritchie WeekSnatch., 2000Cinematography: Tim Maurice-Jones
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Guy Ritchie WeekLock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, 1998Cinematography: Tim Maurice-Jones
Guy Ritchie WeekRocknRolla, 2008Cinematography: David Higgs
Guy Ritchie WeekSwept Away, 2002Cinematography: Alex Barber
Guy Ritchie WeekSherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, 2011Cinematography: Philippe Rousselot
Posts have been scattered lately but I promise Movies in Color is still going/will be going strong. I’ve been preparing for a big event. My band Hi Ho Silver Oh is going on a 3-week US tour starting this Thursday August 28th. We’ll be stopping in a bunch of cities and are very excited. If […]
I’m back… …from the Hi Ho Silver Oh Tour! It was extremely fun and enlightening. If you ever get a chance to take a trip around several states, do it. The food, people, and sights are all varied, wonderful, and different. That being said, TV week is upon us! I’m working on getting stills and […]
We have our first correction here at Movies In Color and it came as a very pleasant surprise. Jean-Louis Bompoint (cinematographer for The Science of Sleep, New York I Love You, Grace is Gone, and The Thorn In The Heart among others) was kind enough to email and point me in the right direction concerning […]
I got to make some color palettes for the best animation studio around, Studio Ghibli, to promote their newest and, sadly, last film When Marnie Was There. They’ve done Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away and many other amazing films and are masters at using color. I am very stoked that the kind people at LOVE featured […]
I talked about color in movies in The Plus this week. Check it out! Thanks to the mag for featuring Movies In Color and getting my take on what makes films so great! 😄 📽 🎬
TV WeekBreaking Bad, S5: Ep. 9 – Blood MoneyCinematography: Michael Slovis