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How to give your photos that deathly pallor…

DMiP – The Dragan Effect a.k.a. The Dave Hill Effect Our lecturer challenged us all, himself included to find out how to produce a Dave Hill or Daragn effect on a digital photograph. Here is an example of a photograph I found

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Negative Exposure

Pinhole photography and the art of making your own camera Want to get into photography? Can’t afford to buy a camera? Got a shoebox, plenty of masking tape, lots of patience and a bit of tinfoil? Then you too can make … Continue reading

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Live Dangerously Until the End

European Cinema History: The French New Wave ~ ‘Breathless’ (À bout de souffle) In the late 1950s and early 60s, the way we looked at cinema was changed, forever. The nouvelle vague, or French ‘new wave’ was an artistic and innovative movement whose adherents … Continue reading

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Bicycle Thieves

Film Studies: European Film History – Italian Neo-realism and The Bicycle Thief In the five years following the Second World War, Italy saw many changes. In 1946 it became a Republic and a more liberal society which meant for example, that women … Continue reading

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