12 Beautiful Photos Inspired by Movies

Where the Wild Things Are by idylll


A growing trend these days is famous photographers taking inspiration from some of our favorite movies and creating whimsical photo shoots. But it isn't just Tim Walker or Annie Leibovitz pulling off this magic. Though they are the masters of mesmerizing sets, we're seeing this happen even in engagement or wedding photography, like in the recent Up inspired photo shoot. What's wonderful about these, of course, is that we get to experience the movie in a whole new and unique way, taking our personal experiences of the film to a whole new and exciting level.

Up by Wildflowers Photography

Alice in Wonderland by Annie Leibovitz

Romeo and Juliet by Annie Leibovitz

Sin City by Steven Miesel

Edward Scissorhands by Tim Walker

Dial M for Murder by Norman Jean Roy.

Rear Window by Norman Jean Roy.

To Catch a Thief by Norman Jean Roy.

The Graduate by Tony Notarberardino

Italian cinema by Steven Klein

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Tim Walker

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