Corrected entry: When Julia Roberts character is taking pictures of Natalie Portman you notice that there isn't any studio lighting (i.e. flash) to light the photo. First, any professional photographer taking a portrait needs some kind of lighting in the studio. Second, when we see the photo of Natalie in the gallery at the opening, you can see two white spots in Natalie's eyes, which shows that a flash was used in taking the picture.
Factual error: When Julia Roberts takes a photo of Natalie Portman crying she uses a 35mm camera. The final photo in the gallery is from a Hasselblad type camera shooting a square format. All the prints show the full negative and the outside area of the negative. Also when she uses the 35mm camera sometimes she advances the film manually and sometimes you hear a motor drive. It would be either one or the other. Last she doesn't focus the lens when she takes a picture.
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