Barry Lyndon

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Kubrick was able to shoot Barry Lyndon in candlelight and natural light by adapting old Mitchell BNC rear projection cameras to take big Zeiss f/0.7 lenses, originally manufactured for NASA for purpose of satellite photography. He shot wide open which gave him virtually no depth of field.

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This supercut highlights some of Kubrick’s boldest, most iconic shots, color by color.