Stunning Black-And-White Photographs Of NYC Taken By A Young Stanley Kubrick

Before he became a famous film-maker, Stanley Kubrick was a budding photographer.

While attending City College New York in the 1940s, Kubrick worked as a photographer for Look Magazine, chronicling life in the city.

His black-and-white shots of street life in New York City display early signs of the immaculate composition, lighting and balance that he would later come to be known for. Kubrick possessed a keen eye and a gift for mood, imparting a romantic quality to ordinary scenes.

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