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Toy Story

In 1995, Disney/Pixar released the film ‘Toy Story’. It was the first feature-length film consisting entirely of computer-generated – as opposed to hand-drawn – animation. As with many films that become ‘classics’ of their genre (as this one indubitably has), the deceptively simple narrative of what is ostensibly a children’s movie conceals a number of less obvious, and potentially more interesting, agendas. 1,359 more words

The "other" side: against film photography!

Many of the today’s “film enthusiasts” have started to use it because of the hype of Lomography trend! Others believe that a return to the roots could  80 more words


Film vs digital vs hybrid? 

Have you ever thought that what you see on the screen of your device is only a “digital representation” of a film photo!?

And so it is also your scanned and digitally printed films!? 117 more words


Part 2c: Capture Medium - Film beats digital in...

In the last post, we discussed how the accessibility of digital makes it, by default, the primary option for many filmmakers. In this post, however, we’ll discuss an area where film is superior. 1,003 more words


Two Years

Two years ago to this very day, I developed my first roll of black and white film. First roll at home, that is, and my first since the early 1990s when part of my job involved black and white film photography. 634 more words


Part 2b: Capture Medium - Digital is better than film in...

In the previous post, we discussed how current trends and advancements have made the debate of film vs. digital one more of preference rather then quality.  777 more words


Part 2a: Capture Medium - Film vs Digital

In part one of my instructional series, we discussed optical process – Spherical vs. Anamorphic. That blog was quite long, so I think I’ll start breaking parts into smaller sections. 643 more words