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The Ipcress File: A Lesson in Cinematic Framing

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The Theater of the Street, the Subject of the Photograph

One of the 40 photographers featured in the Collect Contemporary: Photography book - Philip Lorca diCorcia, Head No.

Author Len Deighton (at left), and Michael Caine cook their lunch whilst on set of 'The Ipcress File' in which Michael Caine portrays Harry Palmer, a British Army sergeant with a criminal past, working for a Ministry of Defence organisation.

amazing cinematography by Roger Deakins | Prisoners (2013) | Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

Prisoners Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Cinematography: Roger Deakins BSC, ASC Cameras: Arri Alexa Plus & Studio, Zeiss Master Primes Format: Digital (ARRIRAW) Mode: Spherical Aspect Ratio:.

Film drying cabinet | I used to have a film drying cabinet that I made from an 8-foot tall metal locker and a wall-mounted electric hand-dryer (the kind you see in public restrooms). But the high-end stainless steel lockers are so cheap (when you can find them) that there’s no reason not to go that route – and they’re more efficient. The tall, narrow dryers are good for rollfilm and 35mm film, but wider ones are better for drying sheet film. ~Camerosity

Film drying cabinet | I used to have a film drying cabinet that I made from an 8-foot tall metal locker and a wall-mounted electric hand-dryer (the kind you see in public restrooms). But the high-end stainless steel lockers are so cheap (when you can find them) that there’s no reason not to go that route – and they’re more efficient. The tall, narrow dryers are good for rollfilm and 35mm film, but wider ones are better for drying sheet film. ~Camerosity

When you're really dedicated, you sacrifice your ENTIRE bathroom to make darkroom prints.

When you're really dedicated, you sacrifice your ENTIRE bathroom to make darkroom prints.

from "Road to Perdition" (cinematography by Conrad Hall)

from "Road to Perdition" (cinematography by Conrad Hall) Filmmaking cinematography production

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