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centred on a gripping tale of psychoanalysis, spellbound (1945) called in spanish surrealist, salvador dalí, to realise its most challenging scene, a 20 minute dream sequence. The post a look back at salvador dalí’s design of a dream for 1945 hitchcock film appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the movie is a mix of high-end style alongside cheeky puppetry commissioned by short film strand random acts run by UK TV channel 4. The post george wu powers bird puppets by jazz in his short film ‘the dawn chorus’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Kodak via InstagramDuring CES 2017, Kodak announced plans to resurrect its Ektachrome film, which was discontinued in 2012. Though the first batch of film isn't available to purchase yet, Kodak released sample images shot on the new Ektachrome in June, and now it has started shipping test film to select photographers.Images and videos of the new Ektachrome film have surfaced on Kodak's Instagram
Fujifilm killed off the last of its black-and-white film and photo paper back in April 2018. For many film photographers that news was like a dagger to the heart, but there is hope yet: Fujifilm is reportedly considering bringing its B&W film back.The Japanese news outlet ITmedia reports that Fujifilm has “just started the examination” of relaunching film for B&W photography
There are many different tools in Photoshop you can use to achieve similar results. There are curves adjustments, exposure, brightness and contrast sliders, and much more. There is also the levels adjustment tool, which is deceptively powerful. In the video below, Ted Forbes with The Art of Photography discusses how to use the levels adjustment tool in Capture One (although, you can use the tool
After a series of videos going behind the scenes during his latest trip to the Colorado Plateau, large-format film photographer Ben Horne has released his film reveal video. If you'd like to catch up on the individual videos from the trip, head over to his YouTube channel. In the video below, Horne shares select images from the trip and discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the differen
A truly mass-market (and widely adopted) at-home automatic film processing machine has yet to appear in the world of photography. Photographer Mark Webb didn’t want to wait around for one to show up, so he cobbled together one with his hardware and software knowledge. It’s called the Developist.Webb, who calls himself “an English bloke [working] in a garden shed”, says he
Australian practice Breathe Architecture has transformed the former headquarters of Paramount Pictures in Sydney into a boutique hotel with warm and tactile interiors. Read more
Developing film isn't necessarily a difficult task. But it is time-consuming and, generally speaking, it tends to require a decent bit of space and equipment to get started. Industrial designer Thomas Müller is hoping to change that, with a clever device he calls the Kanton DX35.This tabletop device is a 'smart home solution to develop your colour as well as black and white films in both 35mm and
Mani.Rae/Flickr used under CC BY-ND 2.0, shot on Kodak Pro Image 100Kodak Alaris has announced its 35mm Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film is now available in Europe.Until now, there was no official means of acquiring Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 film in the European market. Released in 1997, the film has a strong presence in Asia as well as a handful of South American countries, but it's is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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