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Screenshots of some fave visuals-TP Part Eleven

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Here's the 11th photo album of my favorite visuals from The Return. Slide show albums are up at the forum pages for all the previous episodes, and I invite everyone to download whatever they'd like.

Twin Peaks screenshots pt.11

A preview: "Glaring Boy"

 

 
Posted : 26/07/2017 12:03 pm
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He's got the "Tammy pose" down.

 
Posted : 26/07/2017 1:18 pm
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Posted by: James M Sweeney

He's got the "Tammy pose" down.

lol, you're right.

 
Posted : 26/07/2017 1:28 pm
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Someone needs to grab 2 photos: 

1. The zoomed out view showing the entire gang (Tammy, Albert, Diane, Dave, and Bill) and the cars while Gordon appeared to just have his arms extended in the air.

2. Diane's view of the Woodsmen approaching Hasting's car. 

 

I'm telling you - they pulled the old switcheroo on us there, and that guy (woodsmen) would've been approaching from the opposite direction.  I'm kind of surprised more people didn't notice this.  In my opinion there have been several homages if you will to Stan Kubrick in this series, and in those particular scenes it was reminiscent of the confusing directional camerawork during the sniper scenes in Full Metal Jacket (which intentionally obfuscate which direction the sniper is shooting from, even after showing her nest/position). 

 
Posted : 26/07/2017 2:39 pm
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Posted by: kdawg68

Someone needs to grab 2 photos: 

1. The zoomed out view showing the entire gang (Tammy, Albert, Diane, Dave, and Bill) and the cars while Gordon appeared to just have his arms extended in the air.

2. Diane's view of the Woodsmen approaching Hasting's car. 

Well, in the photo album I posted, I have a master shot from that same angle you're talking about, but before Cole has his arms in the air.  And I do have Diane's view of the Woodsman approaching.

 

 
Posted : 26/07/2017 3:35 pm
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Thanks for these. It was a good refresher in what we've seen so far.

 
Posted : 27/07/2017 2:52 am
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Posted by: Pantstrovich

Thanks for these. It was a good refresher in what we've seen so far.

Hey, thanks for the reply, Pantstrovich. What I've been doing is making screenshots of moments from all the episodes that strike me as especially interesting visually. The albums aren't always pictorial synopses, but manage to be story outlines to some degree. I've found every ep an almost constant stream of outstanding imagery, with top notch cinematography, set dressing, frame composition, overall visual impact.

This is probably a good example of a moment that couldn't be called an important plot highlight of ep. 3, but the moment jumped out at me as a "framing worthy" image.

Thanks again.

This screenshot is titled "Jade."

 
Posted : 27/07/2017 12:42 pm
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The cinematography in the show is amazing! I mean, was there even a single shot of anything that didn't look good? The show is just beautiful.

 
Posted : 29/07/2017 11:51 am
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Posted by: Pantstrovich

The cinematography in the show is amazing! I mean, was there even a single shot of anything that didn't look good? The show is just beautiful.

Absolutely spot on, Pantstrovich! Thanks for taking a look at this thread.

 
Posted : 29/07/2017 11:57 am
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