SHORT DOCUMENTARY ON ANALOGUE PHOTOGRAPHY (10:18)

Discussion in 'Ethics and Philosophy' started by Ryan Savella, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. Fast

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    Well done! It's a very good addition to the ongoing discussion about why we use film; something that can be difficult to explain to people. This helps. Thanks for making this and sharing it.
     
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    I have to agree with a lot here, very well done.
     
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    Excellent presentation which "rang bells" with me. I thought the music complemented the content rather well. Certainly one of the better 10 minute presentations I have seen.

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    The part about the new camera not being about the photograph rang alarm bells. I own any number of cameras that require extra stages, like cocking the shutter, estimating distance, lining up a meter in EV units, focusing a glass screen and removing a dark slide, but it's always about the photograph. A camera obscura is not about the photograph, everything else is, even a matchbox pinhole camera. Does it cost more if it isn't about the photograph?
     
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    Great video! Thanks for sharing....
     
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    Great video! Thanks for sharing...
     
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    Great stuff and really well made!