These females (girls and ladies, alike) are not just charming and pretty -- they are analogue enthusiasts as well! Take a look at the most loveliest female photographers found in movie reels!
Last week, male hormones reigned as masculine protagonists and their majestic cameras were showcased in the first installment of Them and Their Cameras: Male Photographers in the Movies. Now, let us explore the movies’ heroines and their fabulous cameras!
In relation to the Best of the Best series, which also featured some of the most disarming female photographers in history (like Diane Arbus, Helen Levitt, Julia Margaret Cameron), here is another tribute to women who have infinite love affairs with their cameras.
The young Amelie in Amelie, 2001
Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz in Beetlejuice, 1988
Kirsten Dunst as Nicole Oakley in Crazy/Beautiful, 2001 (featuring an original LC-A in the first photo)
Julia Roberts as Anna in Closer, 2004
Nicole Kidman as Diane Arbus in Fur, 2006
Dianna Agron as Sarah in I Am Number Four, 2011
Aoi Miyazaki as Shizuru Satonaka in Tada, Kimi Wo Aishiteru, 2006
Juliette Binoche as Tereza in Unbearable Lightness of Being, 1988
Penelope Cruz as Maria Elena and Scarlett Johansson as Cristina in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, 2008
Which of these (non)-fictional photographers do you like most and why? What other films portray stories about female photographers? Perhaps you can find a film still of them and their cameras, too? Share it with us a comment below.