The Prestige's Cinematography

The 2006 film about rival magicians desperately trying to learn the secrets of each others tricks.
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Had to create this thread because it didn't exist (or does it? am I not watching closely?)

Sources claim that Nolan shot parts of The Prestige in IMAX. Does anyone have any more information about this? And if these shots made it into the film, which one's do you think were indeed IMAX?

Edit: David Keighley (IMAX Chief Quality Officer) mentions the following in the "IMAX Presents: The Making of Dunkirk" feature
His first experience using an IMAX camera was on The Prestige...
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Which camera did you use, Nolan? You... You DON'T KNOW??

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Still waiting on hearing MyCocaine's source on that lol

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Just an update on the source... David Keighley (IMAX Chief Quality Officer) mentions the following in the "IMAX Presents: The Making of Dunkirk" feature
His first experience using an IMAX camera was on The Prestige...

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Was it
light bulb field scene?

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ChristMAX wrote:Just an update on the source... David Keighley (IMAX Chief Quality Officer) mentions the following in the "IMAX Presents: The Making of Dunkirk" feature
His first experience using an IMAX camera was on The Prestige...
But which shots...

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You won't find it because of course, you're not really looking. You don't really want to work it out. You want to be
fooled.

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bitch please

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I'm sorry, I had to :lol:

i mean... if none of us ever noticed, and now that we know we can't tell...

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