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I’ve been scanning some old film prints I rediscovered recently. This is a location that I wish was still around. I shot a music video here about ten years ago, the rest of the structure was torn down shortly after. I think that may have been the first time I shot with the Arri BL, B&W 16mm. It jammed up and we lost a bunch of film, but it was still a fun learning experience! #filmmaking #arriBL #arri #film

I’ve been scanning some old film prints I rediscovered recently. This is a location that I wish was still around. I shot a music video here about ten years ago, the rest of the structure was torn down shortly after. I think that may have been the first time I shot with the Arri BL, B&W 16mm. It jammed up and we lost a bunch of film, but it was still a fun learning experience! #filmmaking #arriBL #arri #film

Photoset

makingdiamondsoutofwreckage:

orientaltiger:

London, 1940s, in hi-res color: These photographs were taken using Kodachrome film by Chalmers Butterfield, probably in 1949.

MEGUUSTA.

Ever since the death of Kodachrome I’ve seen more and more of these photo sets show up on the internet. I’m not mad about it. Awesome stuff.

(via juliaswain)

Video

Daily dose of inspiration, a beautiful piece shot in the Alps of Italy and France.

Video

fuckyeahfilmmaking:

Losses
Directed by Ryan Connolly

A well done action short by Ryan Connolly, the man behind the hilarious Pimp Your Production videos on KesslerU.com.

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They used to call this place “The Finger Factory” because of the number of people that left a piece of themselves at work. It was demolished a few years ago.

They used to call this place “The Finger Factory” because of the number of people that left a piece of themselves at work. It was demolished a few years ago.

Video

Roger Deakins talks with John de Borman about some of his work, including how he captured this scene for The Assassination of Jesse James… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWvvnn68iB8&sns=em