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Citizen Kane and Photography

Arguably the best film in American cinema, Orson Welles’ 1941 film, Citizen Kane, unleashes a bombardment of innovative cinematographic methods, which advance and enhance the movie-going experience, and raise a new bar for aspiring directors of the time. His use of low camera angles, shadow, silhouette and deep focus photography all complement not only the […]

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El-Bireh using photogates

Percentage error = |theoretical value-experimental value|100% |theoretical value|=|9.80-9.52| 100% = 3%  |9.80| Conclusion and Evaluation In this experiment, the acceleration of free fall was found to be 9.52 which is quite close to the theoretical value of the acceleration of free fall (9.8). (at sea level). The experimental value is both precise and accurate. It is accurate since […]

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Photography as a pure document

“Everyone wants to believe in photography as a pure document – a moment frozen in time that existed in reality. In photographing the landscapes with a noticeable sabbatier, the printed images reveal/conceal a neither world. This void or negated space allows for the existence of the perverse. It is photographic ‘blag’/photographic gossip. Furthermore, in many […]

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The notion of post-photography

In the catalogue to Evergon’s 1988 retrospective exhibition, Martha Hanna (the Canadian curator for the show) accurately described the most important concern in his development to be “to working out of his own sensibility as a gay male. ” According to Hanna, this was reflected in the evolution of Evergon imaginary through the mid-80’s, from […]

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Annotated Bibliography – “The Impacts of Lomography”

Lomography, international vernacular-photographic movement founded by two Viennese students, Matthias Fiegl and Wolfgang Stranzinger. In the early 1990s they discovered the Lomo Kompakt Automat, a basic auto-exposure 35?mm camera made in Leningrad (St Petersburg) since 1983, and found it ideal for taking uncomposed, spontaneous snapshots, especially in the street and in low light. This source […]

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