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Stanley Kubrick Still Photographer
Old 04-13-2018   #1
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Stanley Kubrick Still Photographer

The Washington Post recently highlighted an upcoming exhibit of Stanley Kubrick's still photography: “Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs" May 3 at the Museum of the City of New York

I wish I could make a visit as the preview looks interesting.
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Old 04-13-2018   #2
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Thanks.

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Here's a link to information about the exhibit:

http://mcny.org/exhibition/through-different-lens
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Looks like he used a Rolleiflex.
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Looks like he used a Rolleiflex.
At some stage at least (here very young) he used Leica too. And if you search you can find pictures of him using several different cameras (just like us I guess).

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Cool, Thanks for that !
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He was a (very young) staff photographer for Look Magazine.

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Thanks for this! I'm hemming & hawing about visiting NYC this Summer and this helps to tip the scales.
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