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Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre captured the May 10, 1994 annular solar eclipse from the eclipse path%u2019s northern limit near Lordsburg, N.M.. They used a filtered 4-inch Meade telescope with a focal length of 1,000 millimeters and Kodak Royal Gold 400 color-negative film.br /

Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre captured the May 10, 1994 annular solar eclipse from the eclipse path%u2019s northern limit near Lordsburg, N.M.. They used a filtered 4-inch Meade telescope with a focal length of 1,000 millimeters and Kodak Royal Gold 400 color-negative film.br /

Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC and Directors Joel and Ethan Coen captured True Grit on Super 35 format, which resulted in a widescreen 2.40:1 aspect ratio. Deakins used ARRI cameras, including an ARRI 535B, and ARRI Master Prime lenses. The film stocks were KODAK VISION3 500T Color Negative Film 5219 and KODAK VISION2 200T Color Negative Film 5217.

Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC and Directors Joel and Ethan Coen captured True Grit on Super 35 format, which resulted in a widescreen 2.40:1 aspect ratio. Deakins used ARRI cameras, including an ARRI 535B, and ARRI Master Prime lenses. The film stocks were KODAK VISION3 500T Color Negative Film 5219 and KODAK VISION2 200T Color Negative Film 5217.

Congratulations to Jomo Fray, Worcester, Mass. for receiving the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award. ARRI Rental provided for his project GET OUT FAST Zeiss prime lenses and a Canon zoom lens, along with some accessories. Jomo Fray captured the film on 16mm and Super 8 KODAK VISION3 color negative film. Fray is a graduate student at New York University Tisch School of the Arts.

Congratulations to Jomo Fray, Worcester, Mass. for receiving the KODAK Student Cinematography Scholarship Award. ARRI Rental provided for his project GET OUT FAST Zeiss prime lenses and a Canon zoom lens, along with some accessories. Jomo Fray captured the film on 16mm and Super 8 KODAK VISION3 color negative film. Fray is a graduate student at New York University Tisch School of the Arts.

my jewelry making process captured on the negative setting on my phone camera lol. i like all the colors

my jewelry making process captured on the negative setting on my phone camera lol. i like all the colors

{Negative space.}

{Negative space.}

We know that Prokudin-Gorskii intended his photographic images to be viewed in color because he developed an ingenious photographic technique in order for these images to be captured in black and white on glass plate negatives, using red, green and blue filters. He then presented these images in color in slide lectures using a light-projection system [right] involving the same three filters.

We know that Prokudin-Gorskii intended his photographic images to be viewed in color because he developed an ingenious photographic technique in order for these images to be captured in black and white on glass plate negatives, using red, green and blue filters. He then presented these images in color in slide lectures using a light-projection system [right] involving the same three filters.

Inspired by the idea of creating a feeling of calm by using negative space @_goinghome captured the subtle colors of the skies about Arches National Park during the #Roadtrip. How do you work to...

Inspired by the idea of creating a feeling of calm by using negative space @_goinghome captured the subtle colors of the skies about Arches National Park during the #Roadtrip. How do you work to...

George Hill photographed Elvis on stage numerous times in the 1970s. He captured over 156 photos of Elvis on stage performing two shows in Nashville, Tennessee on July 1, 1973 at The Municipal Auditorium. It has now been 40 years since Elvis rocked Nashville, and George is now releasing a book which commemorates the two shows. The book features 53 color photos and 103 black & white photos, from the original negatives and slides captured by photographer, George Hill.

George Hill photographed Elvis on stage numerous times in the 1970s. He captured over 156 photos of Elvis on stage performing two shows in Nashville, Tennessee on July 1, 1973 at The Municipal Auditorium. It has now been 40 years since Elvis rocked Nashville, and George is now releasing a book which commemorates the two shows. The book features 53 color photos and 103 black & white photos, from the original negatives and slides captured by photographer, George Hill.

In this In this photograph, I think Arthur Siegel is trying to portray the idea of despair. This photogram is made up of dark pigments and areas of what looks like spray paint. I feel as though this piece of work is portraying the idea of despair because of the colors Arthur decided to capture and the way he captured it. The spray paint gives the photogram ghostly feel to it and the way he doesn’t use much negative space makes the photogram feel crowded.

In this In this photograph, I think Arthur Siegel is trying to portray the idea of despair. This photogram is made up of dark pigments and areas of what looks like spray paint. I feel as though this piece of work is portraying the idea of despair because of the colors Arthur decided to capture and the way he captured it. The spray paint gives the photogram ghostly feel to it and the way he doesn’t use much negative space makes the photogram feel crowded.

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