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Guy creates cinematic Mad Max images

Elliott Montello is an Anglo Argentine living in Vancouver BC. Living life a s a Director, Cinematographer and self proclaimed pinball wizard, Elliot has been involved with numerous music videos and movies. A life long fan of the Mad Max films, he wanted to create his own apocalyptic world but with more of a 21st century [...] The post Guy creates cinematic Mad Max images appeared first on DIY Photography.
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