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Chronicle Of A Camera

Author : Norris Pope
ISBN : 9781617037429
Genre : Photography
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“Chronicle of a Camera should be essential reading for anyone interested in how independent narrative cinema became a reality in the United States.” —Charles V. Eidsvik, author of Cineliteracy: Film Among the Arts This volume provides a history of the most consequential 35mm motion picture camera introduced in North America in the quarter century following the Second World War: the Arriflex 35. It traces the North American history of this camera from 1945 through 1972—when the first lightweight, self-blimped 35mm cameras became available. Chronicle of a Camera emphasizes theatrical film production, documenting the Arriflex’s increasingly important role in expanding the range of production choices, styles, and even content of American motion pictures in this period. The book’s exploration culminates most strikingly in examples found in feature films dating from the 1960s and early 1970s, including a number of films associated with what came to be known as the “Hollywood New Wave.” The author shows that the Arriflex prompted important innovation in three key areas: it greatly facilitated and encouraged location shooting; it gave cinematographers new options for intensifying visual style and content; and it stimulated low-budget and independent production. Films in which the Arriflex played an absolutely central role include Bullitt, The French Connection, and, most significantly, Easy Rider. Using an Arriflex for car-mounted shots, hand-held shots, and zoom-lens shots led to greater cinematic realism and personal expression.
Category: Photography

The Camera Obscura A Chronicle

Author : John H. Hammond
ISBN : UOM:39015006765724
Genre : Camera obscura
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The fascinating illustrated history of the original camera, an optical viewing device once widely used but now almost forgotten. This chronicle of its long history is told through the writings of those who made or used the camera obscura for scientific or artistic purposes, and those authors who recorded its varied uses. It recalls how this versatile instrument was used for astronomical observations, as a sketching aid by travellers and amateur artists, and on a grander scale as an entertainment or tourist attraction.
Category: Camera obscura


Author : Erik (Professor Emeritus of Dramatic Arts Barnouw, Professor Emeritus of Dramatic Arts Columbia University)
ISBN : 0195078985
Genre : Performing Arts
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Presents a history of the documentary film
Category: Performing Arts

The Last Chronicle Of Bouverie Street

Author : George Glenton
ISBN : 9781317403784
Genre : Social Science
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Originally published in 1963. This book tells the story of the closure of the News Chronicle and its London evening companion The Star as seen by two journalists on the News Chronicle. They describe the Daily News tradition, record some of its finest hours and write about some of the greatest journalists who served their employers loyally. They endeavour to unravel what went on in Bouverie Street immediately before, at the moment of the crash and afterwards. The merger of these two prominent organs of public opinion with the Daily Mail and Evening News made splash headlines and was widely discussed in the press, on television and radio. Faithful readers were dismayed, politicians were alarmed, and the staff of the newspapers were indignant. For 114 years the Daily News and its modern successor the News Chronicle had weathered financial storms and overcome gales of prejudice and political opinion to become one of the most respected morning papers. The Star had, since 1888, fought the cause of the underdog and earned the affection and gratitude of many Londoners. This book highlights the feelings of men and women who were proud to work for their paper but did not know till almost the very last that they were fighting a losing battle, and how and why some of them kept the secret.
Category: Social Science

The S Edward S School Chronicle

Author : St. Edward's (School : Oxford, England)
ISBN : OXFORD:590743247
Genre : Boarding schools
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Category: Boarding schools

The I Of The Camera

Author : William Rothman
ISBN : 0521527244
Genre : Performing Arts
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Category: Performing Arts

The Chronicle

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Genre : Banks and banking
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Category: Banks and banking