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  • Academy Ratio Essay

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    picture format, each frame as tall as four perforations with an aspect ration totaling 1.375:1. It was originally designed by Thomas Edison and was used for years by film companies. When sound became common in movies, the image ratio was changed to 0.860 inches by 0.820 inches. The History of Academy Film Originally, silent films used a 1.33 aspect ratio. This meant that every frame had negative space accounting for four perforations. The frame line was extremely thin, so this had to be changed

  • Eastman Kodak

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    May 8, 1995 Eastman Kodak Company: Funtime Film On January 25, 1994, George Fisher, Kodak’s recently appointed chief executive officer, met with analysts and investors to set out Kodak’s new strategy for film products. During the past week (between January 17 and January 24), Kodak stock had lost 8% in value on rumors of a price cut on film. While Kodak continued its overwhelming domination of the photo film market, its market share in the United States had eased

  • The Influence of Eastman Kodak Company on Photography Essay

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    more refined since its original placing on the market; one of the reasons why it has become considered the birth of public photography is because of the processing. Using a similar image capture system, the brownie exposed the light to a 120mm roll of film, which could be wound round, meaning six photographs could be taken before the slides needed removing. The first Brownie used a six-exposure cartridge that Kodak processed for the photographer. (Kodak.com, n.d.) Realistically, the armature photographers

  • Noah Bambach's 'While We' Re Young

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    from the film “While We’re Young” starring actor Ben Stiller. My initial reaction to this was how much different this film looks from modern-day filmmaking. This film was only released not too long ago, in 2015, but it was shot on 35mm film. Most new release films are shot on a digital format. The main reason for this is because of how expensive it is to shoot a movie on traditional film. To put this into perspective, a 1,000’ roll of film is approximately $860.00, and a 1,000’ roll of film will only

  • The Different Types Of Photojournalism

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    Photojournalism is different from other types of photography since the photojournalist’s job is to document a real story throughout the photo with a high level of journalistic honesty. A documented photograph is delivered to the public as a complement to the written article. Therefore the photojournalist is not considered as an artist but as a reporter. Photojournalism begun with drawings, cartoons and carvings that appeared occasionally in the 18th Century press. When Benjamin Franklin was publishing

  • Camera Obscura History

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    entrepreneur who founded the Eastman Kodak Company and popularized the use of roll film, helping to bring photography to the mainstream. The brownie was originally created by Frank A. Brownell. The name came from the popular Palmer Cox cartoons. 35mm is the common name for a 36×24 mm film format or image sensor format used in photography. The 35mm format was made by Oskar Barnack. He doubled the size of the 24×18 mm format used in cinema. Many digital image sensors approximate the dimensions of the

  • Lost In Translation Film Analysis

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    Lost in Translation, written and directed by Sofia Coppola, is a 2003 romantic comedy-drama starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. Set and shot on location in Tokyo on Kodak 35mm film stock, Lost in Translation explores the concepts of isolation and loneliness of individuals. Cinematographer, Lance Acord uses a muted colour palette, wide shots and selective focus to enhance the film’s dichotomy of being alone vs. being with somebody themes and creates a dreamlike reality by doing so.

  • Carol Aird, The Therese Belivet, And The Carol Aird

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    mirrors, windows, and close up shots that highlight body language between the two women. Carol was shot on Super 16 mm film which added a very realistic and nostalgic feel to the film. Compared to digital or 35 mm film, 16 mm has a grainy texture comparable to videos shot in the 1950s, as professionals shot on 16 mm film in the decade, making the audience forget they are viewing a film made in 2015. Lachman’s decision to make Carol visually look like it was from the period in which it took

  • Camera Shake

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    Don’t let a blurry photo from camera shake ruin precious memories! Photoshop is capable of repairing many flaws and errors, but unfortunately it can’t fix everything! Camera shake can wreak havoc on the sharpness of any image. Lacking a basic understanding of the exposure triangle, many people fail to realize the significance of a steady hand in producing sharp images. A thorough knowledge of the relationship between shutter speed, aperture, and ISO is certainly the benchmark of a professional;

  • Why Worry About A Camera Shake?

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    Why worry about camera shake? ¥ Photoshop is capable of repairing many flaws and errors, but unfortunately it can’t fix everything! Camera shake can wreak havoc on the sharpness of any image. Lacking a basic understanding of the exposure triangle, many new photographers fail to realize the significance a steady hand plays in producing a sharp image. A thorough knowledge of the relationship between shutter speed, aperture, and ISO is certainly the benchmark of a professional; furthermore, understanding

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