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    Gregory Crewdson is one of my creative inspirations! He shoots his images with the aid of a full film crew and sets his scenes within the American suburbs. The photographs appear as stills of a surreal and bizarre film – caught in the most intense and eery moment. As an audience, we conjure up our own #enchanting story - blurring the line between cinema and #photography. #blog #surrealism #gregorycrewdson #photography #inspiration

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    Gregory Crewdson - Untitled (Ophelia), 2001. Artist and photographer Gregory Crewdson doesn't so much take photos as make them. He uses techniques of film to stage pictures.

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