What the First TV Ad Ever tells us about our Technological Complacency http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/09/what-first-tv-ad-ever-tells-us-about.html After years of unpaid experiments, the FCC officially opened up the airwaves to commercial television broadcasting on July 1, 1941. NBC’s experimental W2XBS in New York City received the first commercial license becoming WNBT. That very same day, at 2:30PM just before a broadcast of a Brooklyn Dodgers – Philadelphia Phillies baseball…
(Fotografía de Vivian Maier) Every picture tells a story and I am aiming to create the same thing through my photographs. I love how in some way the image is symmetrical through the composition of the two people and the buildings in the background.
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Van Eyck - The Arnolfini Marriage - Every picture tell's a storyIt is considered one of the most original and complex paintings in Western art because of the iconography, the unusual geometric orthogonal perspective, the use of the mirror to reflect the space, and that the portrait is considered unique by some art historians as the record of a marriage contract in the form of a painting