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Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters

Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters

I think this is simply called a splicer. Strips of film would be placed by their perforations. A grease pencil was used to mark edits.

I think this is simply called a splicer. Strips of film would be placed by their perforations. A grease pencil was used to mark edits.

Inventor Floyd Ramsdell's embryonic 3D film camera rig, designed based on beam-splitting principles, from the late 1940's.

Inventor Floyd Ramsdell's embryonic 3D film camera rig, designed based on beam-splitting principles, from the late 1940's.

Technicolor three-colour 35mm Camera, made by Technicolor Corporation in the United States, c. 1932. Three-colour camera, which used a beam splitter behind the lens with red, green and blue filters to record the primary colours on three separate monochrome films. Subsequently, each negative was reproduced in its appropriate dye colour on the print. The number DE17 on the camera implies that this was camera No 17 at Denham Film Studios, Buckinghamshire.

Technicolor three-colour 35mm Camera, made by Technicolor Corporation in the United States, c. 1932. Three-colour camera, which used a beam splitter behind the lens with red, green and blue filters to record the primary colours on three separate monochrome films. Subsequently, each negative was reproduced in its appropriate dye colour on the print. The number DE17 on the camera implies that this was camera No 17 at Denham Film Studios, Buckinghamshire.

The zoopraxiscope is an early device for displaying motion pictures. Created by photographic pioneer Eadweard Muybridge in 1879, it may be considered the first movie projector. The zoopraxiscope projected images from rotating glass disks in rapid succession to give the impression of motion. The stop-motion images were initially painted onto the glass, as silhouettes. A second series of discs, made in 1892-94, used outline drawings printed onto the discs photographically, then colored by…

The zoopraxiscope is an early device for displaying motion pictures. Created by photographic pioneer Eadweard Muybridge in 1879, it may be considered the first movie projector. The zoopraxiscope projected images from rotating glass disks in rapid succession to give the impression of motion. The stop-motion images were initially painted onto the glass, as silhouettes. A second series of discs, made in 1892-94, used outline drawings printed onto the discs photographically, then colored by…

Editors Guild Magazine Article : TECH TIPS

Editors Guild Magazine Article : TECH TIPS

This is the First Television Set: The “Baird Televisor”, 1926. It was a mechanical television that could only produce a 30 line picture. One year later P. Farnsworth came out with the 300 line electronic TV and mechanical tv disappered by 1939. ATT experimented with the mechanical tv as a way to transmit pics of callers to each other.

This is the First Television Set: The “Baird Televisor”, 1926. It was a mechanical television that could only produce a 30 line picture. One year later P. Farnsworth came out with the 300 line electronic TV and mechanical tv disappered by 1939. ATT experimented with the mechanical tv as a way to transmit pics of callers to each other.

PhillyHistory - Ford Sedan in Collision with Park Booth

PhillyHistory - Ford Sedan in Collision with Park Booth

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