Lincoln Revealed! 

The best photos yet of the Lincoln movie stars and set.

click to enlarge ERIC OWEN

Local photographer Eric Owen captures amazingly detailed shots of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln biopic being filmed at the Virginia State Capitol Tues., Dec. 6. His secret: a bird's-eye view from a building overlooking Capitol Square.

Owen caught stars James Spader, Jeremy Strong and Joseph Cross filming a scene outside the U.S. Capitol, in which it looks like legislators and citizens are celebrating the passage of the 13th Amendment. For bonus points: Can you spot Spielberg?

We've picked out some choice shots below. Be sure to check out Eric Owen's full gallery here.

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"Lincoln" Movie Set at the Capitol

Local photographer Eric Owen captures amazingly detailed shots of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln biopic being filmed at the Virginia State Capitol Tues., Dec. 6. His secret: a bird's-eye view from a building overlooking Capitol Square.

By Eric Owen

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