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    This one shouldn't be too hard, there have been much harder posts from almost this exact same location before. Mucho bonus points if you can name the movie that this comes from.

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    1. THEjdawg 95 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Movie & TV Locations Database, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

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      Found in a search. (?)

    2. freeside510 92 months ago | reply

      Very cool shot. This reminds me of my brother when I was growing up, he was always doing photographic 'tricks' similar to this.

    3. Luis Montemayor 90 months ago | reply

      This is great! I could be great to do this with the shots you love the most :) Congrats!

    4. Dollar Bin 90 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Luis.

    5. Gostokom [deleted] 79 months ago | reply

      great composition! Well done!

    6. jasonepowell 74 months ago | reply

      Nice! I like the colors in the original shot!

    7. Dollar Bin 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks jasonepowell. I think Francis Ford Coppola and cinematographer Bill Butler get much of the credit for the original.

    8. davistruslow 69 months ago | reply

      these are awesome. im going to use this in my photo class.

    9. AnnaLindgren 67 months ago | reply

      Hi there!

      I'm so excited to find this! We're actually going to be leasing the trains behind Sally's, and I love, love this shot. Can you tell me where you got the Hackman picture?

      Awesome!

      Thank you!

    10. Dollar Bin 67 months ago | reply

      Hi Anna,

      The picture is a screen-grab from the DVD of The Conversation, printed out on plain paper with a color laser printer.

    11. Octoferret 42 months ago | reply

      So, have you seen the Then & Now feature on the blu-ray version of The Conversation yet?

    12. Dollar Bin 42 months ago | reply

      I can't wait to see the Conversation in High Def. It's gotta wait until I upgrade from my boring old analog set, though.

    13. Wade Roush 33 months ago | reply

      I've linked to this image in a story I just published about using historical imagery (mostly aerial photographs in Google Earth) to solve historical puzzles about the architecture around Potrero Hill and the Dogpatch. Here's the article: www.xconomy.com/national/2012/08/17/the-case-of-the-tilte...

    14. Dollar Bin 32 months ago | reply

      Hi Wade,

      That's an interesting article, thanks for the link!

    15. duncanfotos 17 months ago | reply

      absolutely love this!

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