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Jeff Bridges’ Making Of ‘Iron Man’ Photography

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Jeff Bridges is one of my favorite actors. Having starred as The Dude in “The Big Lebowski”, he will always pique my interest in any film he stars. Bridges’ contributions to film far exceeds mere comedic performances though, and he apparently has a hidden talent/hobby: black and white photography. Oh, how my high school photography teacher would be proud.

During the filming of “Iron Man”, Bridges decided to start photographing and the result is phenomenal. B&W photography captures something that color film just can’t. There is an air that the lack of color gives to any picture you take, enhancing the image beyond just reality and what is there and showing us a unique perspective. Even the most futuristic of technology looks like it was from a steam-punk universe.

Bridges has put together an entire album of pictures he took during Iron Man and I urge you to explore his work here.

For a few other choice images, join me after the break.

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November 15, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I love these b&w shots and I love your whole blog site!

    Comment by jill hennegan | November 15, 2009 | Reply


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