After George Lucas finished work on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, he wanted to look back on the Star Wars saga with an entirely new point of view: isolating stills, or frames, from each of the films, focusing on them intensely as works of photography and design, and reproducing them in a book. Lucas went through more than 150,000 frames per film, editing more than 1 million frames down to 1,416 images. Star Wars: Frames brings together Lucas's personal shot-by-shot selections into a lavishly designed two-volume hardcover set-one volume for the Original Trilogy and one volume for the Prequel Trilogy. For collectors and fans, Star Wars: Frames is the ultimate look on this grand project devoted to a cinematic phenomenon and the ultimate Star Wars collector's tome.
In Shops: Nov 06, 2013
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