David Appleby & Pink Floyd

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David Appleby & Pink Floyd

One of our photographers has recently got back from working with amazing photographer, David Appleby, on Ralph Fiennes’s latest feature film, ‘The Invisible Woman.’ David Appleby, the man behind all the photography for films such as, ‘War Horse;’ ‘V for Vendetta;’ ‘Total Recall;’ and the classic, ‘Bugsy Malone,’ is one of the industry’s well known photographers and a huge inspiration to the ShotBox Team!

David’s career has spanned more than 40 years and has seen him work with an array of talent including, Robert Downey Jnr; Madonna and Stephen Spielberg to name but a few as well as recently opening his internationally touring exhibition, ‘The Wall,’ in which visitors can see some never before seen photographs from Pink Floyd’s movie of the same name.

We went down to the opening of David’s exhibition earlier this month in Shoreditch and were blown away by the absolutely gorgeous shots David had candidly caught on set. Beautifully hand printed in black and white from the original negatives that were found hidden in the depths of Pinewood Studios, this is one exhibition not to miss!

David’s exhibition will next appear at The Photographer’s Lounge, in Swanage between 4th August – 2nd September.

For more information, check out the Photographers Lounge website at: http://www.photographerslounge.co.uk/exhibitions.php

Photo credit: Paul Appleby

Photo credit: Paul Appleby

 

 

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