Artist Thomas Duke (Instagram @steppingthroughfilm) takes incredible shots of film stills inserted into the actual locations!
Via Secret London:
If you’re a bit of a set-jetter, you’ll undoubtably be a fan Thomas Duke’s artwork, where he takes stills from his favourite films to their real life locations and snaps them with the perfect backdrop. He’s been to around 150 film locations since he started the photography project, and many of them are in London.
Duke’s attention to detail is incredible — he really nails the positions, the angles and the perspective in every photo.
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