This lady is Verity Lambert, the first producer of Doctor Who. She is using the Mechanoid’s live flame thrower to light her cigarette.
This is the awesomest thing I’ve seen this weekend.
Smoking (is ick, and I don’t support it, but GOD DAYUM it) looks cool.
Also, awesome woman is awesome.
|Me:||*scrolls to an adorable kitten gif* Aww, Mom, come look at this!|
|Me:||*scrolls to a funny Supernatural meme* AHAHA, Mom, come look at this!|
|Me:||*scrolls to a risque/slightly pornographic image* Nope, nothing to see here. :||
BBC’s Sherlock (2010-2012)
Directed by: Paul Mcguigan, Toby Haynes, and Euros Lyn
Cinematographed by: Steve Lawes and Fabian Wagner
BBC Sherlock has got one feature that I liked in particular: stunning, absolutely breath-taking cinematography. The photography, the transitions, the angles, the choice of shots - there was thought invested into every single second of this series.
I picked up those I liked the most, out of countless gorgeous moments. That, the music, the acting - all of these make the cinematography that turns BBC Sherlock into a perfect piece of work.