Photography and The Lord of the Rings
When I first got my digital camera, I developed an eye for 'That needs to be photographed!' and I tend to be overly liberal with it. Film is free with a digital camera.
Anywhere, before while I saw watching Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings, I'd often feel compelled to photograph it. It was rife with photographable things and scenes.
But, damn it! they weren't real things. They were already on video. Peter stole the photographing from me. Nothing for me to do but watch.
Now I'm watching them on my laptop, and while I still don't photograph the screen, I can now take screenshots. It's pointless and stupid, but such a relief to be able to do something like photographing this stuff.
I'm sure there are other crazy photographers out there you can sympathise.
The subtitles show up in the screenshots, though, which annoys me.