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|Grant Heslov and George Clooney|
After leaving the stage of Sunday night's 70th Golden Globe Awards, winners and presenters where whisked away and posed for three Polaroid Big Shot cameras set up in a hallway by Photographer Lucas Michael. The impressive Polaroid Big Shot camera is the same camera that Andy Warhol used in the seventies for his famous portrait series. Manufactured between 1971 and 1973 it features a four-foot "fixed focus" which results in the photographer moving back and forth until the subject is in focus (frequently referred to as the "Big Shot Shuffle"). Adele, Megan Fox, George Clooney, Jodie Foster were just a few of the 35 candid portraits taken. See the full slideshow at Vulture.