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Popular Movie Location Photography
NYC Journalist Christopher Moloney Merges Famous Scenes


By: Katie Pagnotta (Rockstar) Jan 7, 13
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Journalist Christopher Moloney has created a fantastic project titled ‘FILMography’ that consists of merging a snap shot of a movie scene with the actual location it took place in.

The whimsical photographs take you down nostalgia lane and make your heart flutter. Scenes you adore or love to hate are brought to life. The project is ongoing and captures some of the most iconic cinematic moments. Highlights of the photo series include a picture of Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly set against the actual Tiffany’s store on fifth avenue, two shots from You’ve Got Mail where Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks fall in love, a snap shot of Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister in front of Radio City Music hall and many more.

This project is delightful and Christopher Moloney must carry on the tradition.



Source: enpundit
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