1940年代后期,库布里克还没开始拍电影,那时候的他是一名摄影记者,背一台相机,四处旅行,为诸如《LOOK》杂志拍照片,1949年的夏天,《LOOK》杂志委任库布里克去拍摄芝加哥

Not long before he was a film director, Stanley Kubrick was a gun for hire, a have-camera-will-travel, roving photojournalist working for the likes of LOOK Magazine in the late 1940’s. In the summer of 1949, Look magazine sent him to Chicago to shoot pictures for a story called “Chicago City of Contrasts“.

[Men, probably commuters, walking along a platform next to a train].jpeg

[View from above of automobile and pedestrians on street below the

[Young girl, half-length portrait, standing against wall displaying art work, in classroom in Chicago, Illinois].jpeg

[Woman seated in chair while another woman models a dress].jpeg