Polish drama called Ida, shot in stunning high-contrast black and white in a 1.33 aspect ratio by Lukasz Zal and Ryszard Lenczewski, is perhaps the most surprising choice of all, and it's a choice from which we can learn a great deal about just how important composition can be to the image creation process. #cinematography

Polish drama called Ida, shot in stunning high-contrast black and white in a 1.33 aspect ratio by Lukasz Zal and Ryszard Lenczewski, is perhaps the most surprising choice of all, and it's a choice from which we can learn a great deal about just how important composition can be to the image creation process. #cinematography

Stoker: “Of course, I still love you, Richard. I just have to love you a little less now". Masterpiece.

Stoker: “Of course, I still love you, Richard. I just have to love you a little less now". Masterpiece.

Bold use of pink, purple and red tones in The Grand Budapest Hotel.  I always love the visuals in Wes Anderson films.

Bold use of pink, purple and red tones in The Grand Budapest Hotel. I always love the visuals in Wes Anderson films.

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