Any website recommendations for movie stills?
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Would anyone know any good website for movie stills?  I found one but they're only a few images so I'm open to hearing suggestions as I'm currently studying them to help me improve my use of light and shadow. 

Of course I did Google Search but a lot of the suggestions there are filled with malware and viruses unfortunately so any tips would be appreciated!

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I use a lot of Blogs for this sort of stuff. Blogspot has tons of really decent archives from just regular users that archive films they enjoy. If you google 'film still blogspot' or 'screenshot archive' etc you find tons of them. (Really great for all sorts of archives btw, Blogspot is a treasure trove.)

https://film-grab.com/ and https://screenmusings.org/ are great (for musings click the top arrow for their full gallery per film) I used to have some Blogspots bookmarked, gonna see if I can find some to link to again later.

Editing to add:

https://shot.cafe/ (Has pose tags too!)

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Oh this is great, screenmusings.org in particular is really good, lots of content there. Thanks for the links and recommendations, much appreciated!

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(01-01-2024, 02:44 PM)cgmythology Wrote: Would anyone know any good website for movie stills?  I found one but they're only a few images so I'm open to hearing suggestions as I'm currently studying them to help me improve my use of light and shadow. 

Of course I did Google Search but a lot of the suggestions there are filled with malware and viruses unfortunately so any tips would be appreciated!

I'm always looking for good websites to find movie stills for my projects and inspiration. There are many options out there, but some of my favorites are:

- Frameset: This site has a simple and fast interface that lets you search and filter movie stills by various criteria, such as genre, mood, color, etc. It also has an AI-powered tool that suggests relevant images based on your keywords. It's great for finding ads and creative ideas.
- Flim.ai: This site uses AI to offer a smart and intuitive way to find movie stills. You can filter results by actors, objects, colors, and more. You can also download videos in MP4 and GIF formats. It's perfect for finding stills from movies, music videos, anime, and TV shows.
- Shotdeck: This site is a comprehensive and searchable library of high-quality movie stills. You can browse by categories, such as time of day, weather, location, etc. You can also use AI keywording to find the exact shots you need. It's ideal for filmmakers and professionals who need movie stills for their treatments and pitch decks.

These are just some of the websites that I use and recommend for finding movie stills. I hope this helps you in your search. Happy browsing!
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