1. The History and Science of Color Temperature


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    Survey the effect of color temperature and its psychological effects from the incessant heat of Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” to the icy chill of the Coen Brothers’ “Fargo”.…

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    • dan carrillo: wet plates


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      spring 2010: on a whim, i took my camera down to dan carrillo's studio to document his wet plate collodion process. i wasn't sure exactly what i would do with the footage, but knew both…

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      • Stussy - Jon Naar


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        Jon Naar was one of the first photographers to document the early days of New York City graffiti in the 1970's. The photos were first published in his legendary book entitled "Faith Of…

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        • Chimping


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          A film by Dan Perez de la Garza about photojournalists. Featuring Pulitzer Prize winners Preston Gannaway and Rick Loomis, Emmy Award winner Paula Lerner, along with Todd Maisel, Chris Usher, Angela…

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          • Last Photo - Los Angeles


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            I went around Los Angeles asking people to share the last photo on their phone, followed by a backstory. 'Last Photo' is an ongoing video series, so stay tuned for new locations and drop…

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            • Gypsy Interiors


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              "Gypsy Interiors"is a series of portraits capturing the private world of these outwardly loud, vivacious people. Here he finds a rich and profound intimacy, hidden but exhibited among antique…

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              • Photographing Polar Bears for National Geographic - ( Short Version )


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                For the National Geographic Story on polar bears and for my new book project "To The Arctic" - the companion book to the IMAX film with the same name, I spend many months in the arctic over…

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                • Adam Magyar: Urban Flow


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                  Berlin-based photographer Adam Magyar bends conventional representations of time and space. In "Urban Flow", a series of two-foot-high, six-foot-long prints captures a parade of humanity…

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                  • Joshua Holko Photography Expedition


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                    A Polar Photography Expedition Experience with Joshua Holko - www.jholko.com and www.photographyexpeditions.com

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                    • What Can We Learn From This Photo of Scarlett Johansson


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                      John Hess discusses the visual language of this sexy Scarlett Johansson photo by Mario Sorrenti and how you can approach the images you see on FilmmakerIQ and other sites. Page for Photo: http://filmmakeriq.com/2012/09/what-can-we-learn-about-filmmaking-from-this-scarlett-johansson-photo/

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                      • GHAT - CAMERA OBSCURA


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                        CAMERA OBSCURA ‪- FILM MADE WITHOUT PROJECTOR This video is a part of a pinhole movie project based on the principle of the Camera Obscura. An apartment is completely darkened. A hole is made…

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                        • The Invisible Photograph: Part I (Underground)


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                          A safe haven for thousands of images happens to be hundreds of feet underground in a repurposed limestone mine.

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