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Cinematography: The Importance of Depth in Frame.
Movie Reivews, Film Making, Film Ideas, Frames, Http Imgur Com A 97Gdq 0, Movies, Depth
Cinematography: The importance of depth of frame. - Album on Imgur
http://imgur.com/a/97gdq#0 The Importance of Depth of Frame
The Importance of Depth of Frame - Imgur
The use of light in cinema.
Closeencounters21038 Jpg, Movie Stills, Movies, Kind 1977 Source Tumblr Com, Kind Adds, 3Rd Kind, Close Encounters, Light, Third Kind 1977 Source
The use of lighting in Close Encounters of the Third Kind adds drama and mystery to the aliens. With this use of lighting, filmmakers can keep things unclear to the viewers and make them feel the way the characters are feeling. ALSO INTERESTING! http://imgur.com/a/97gdq#0 http://imgur.com/a/XrapY
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND........1977......SOURCE TUMBLR.COM........
An examination of the use of light in movies. - Imgur
Close Encounters of the Third Kind 1977
The use of Light in Movies - Imgur
Bulgarian pagan costumes.
Charles Freger, Costumes, Pagan Rituals, Babugeri Costume, Art, Photo, Charles Fréger
Bulgarian men in babugeri costumes, used in pagan rituals, photographed by Charles Fréger (www.charlesfreger.com/) for the "Wilder Mann" series, 2010 #primitivism - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.gorgonia.it
Wildermann --For two years, French photographer Charles Fréger has been traveling throughout 19 European countries and trying to capture the spirit of what he calls “tribal Europe” in his “Wilder Mann” series. What he found was a huge array of pagan rituals, mainly related to the winter solstice and spring renewal, focusing on the common myth of the “wild man.”
Bulgarian men in Babugeri costumes, taking part in the Kukeri, a traditional Bulgarian ritual to scare away evil spirits (to me they look something like spy-hopping llamas). Photo: Charles Fréger, from his book, Wilder Mann, an in-depth look at the rituals and costumes worn during these annual festivals celebrating the winter solstice and beginning of spring.
Charles Fréger [French photographer] | "Wilder Mann" series - 19 Creative Costumes of Still-Practiced Pagan Rituals of Europe | Bored Panda
A bit of fun from Charles Freger who travelled to 18 different countries taking photos of people in costumes at local folk festivals for his series Wilder Mann.
Babugeri, Bansko, Bulgaria, 2010–2011. From a photo series, “Wilder Mann” by Charles Fréger, about still-practiced pagan rituals in Europe. This one gives me the heebie-jeebies...in a good way.
Bulgarian men in Babugeri costumes, used in pagan rituals This photo is taken from a collection of images the depicted different rituals and ceremonies that are done around the world. It.is a great read and was featured in National Geographic.
The photographs here come from Wilder Mann, a photography series by Charles Fréger (based in Rouen, France), who spent two years traveling through nineteen countries documenting the folk pageants and festivals of what he calls "tribal Europe." The resulting photographs have been exhibited internationally, and collected into an absolutely amazing art book. The art, in turn, inspired a CD of music by the Italian composer .and sound designer Theo Teardo, Music for Wilderness.
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A screenwriting method.
11 Steps, 11Steps, Writing Inspiration, Writing Tips, Scene, Writers, Writing Help
How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps. i think the best one is the last one: repeat 200 times. What writer doesn't do that anyways??? :P
How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps | Good infographic for any writers looking to improve their scenes!
Writing tip on how to write a scene in 11 steps. The last step cracks me up, even though it's not all that far from the truth. =)
How to write a scene in 11 steps. #writing #tips #tools #planning #scenes #chapters
How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps #fiction #author #writer #scene
How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps (Nice for high school writers)
Writing tip: How to write a scene in 11 steps. #writingtips
11steps to Write a Scene
Wait until I think of a purpose for the homemade clouds!
Craft, Idea, Cloud Prop, Kids Room, Art, Fake Cloud
How To: Make a cloud. Cute craft for photo prop, party decor, school play, costume, etc.<<all hail the almighty glow cloud
DIY :: How To Make A Cloud~ DIY Quick Holiday Cloud diy crafts home made easy crafts craft idea crafts ideas diy ideas diy crafts diy idea do it yourself diy projects diy craft handmade fun fashion DIY
BONKERS-but FUN!! How To: Make a cloud. Cute craft for photo prop, party decor, school play, costume, etc.
Make A Cloud ~ Homemade DIY cloud prop ~ @Amy Terrell, an easy project for your boys? :D
Simple Do It Yourself Craft Ideas – 52 Pics doing this for the kids rooms
Fun arts and crafts for you and the kids! #DMDC
DIY clouds. Such a cute idea for a baby shower.
homemade clouds! Great idea for a kids room!
Fake clouds for a kids room.
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and alot of cheesecloth. Hanging from the trees in the woods
Halloween Decorations, Trash Bags, Sister S Halloween, Halloween Front Doors, Halloween Prop, Halloween Ideas, 20 Minutes, Halloween Party, By Halloween
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and alot of cheesecloth. @Erin Anderson Something creepy for your Halloween Party =]
Two trash bags, filled with leaves , tape for the neck and wrap entire thing in cheese cloth, Some tea stained, twine around neck. That's it!! Easy DIY Halloween Prop
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and a lot of cheesecloth. This would look good in the corner of the front porch, too!
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and alot of cheesecloth. Wow, this is awesome! **I'd put it in a front garden and then put a big spider right next to it!!**
Pinner says: my halloween front door 2010. 20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and a lot of cheesecloth.
Halloween decorations / IDEAS & INSPIRATIONS my sister's halloween front door - CotCozy
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and alot of cheesecloth. - This is awesome for Halloween!!
20 minutes, 2 trash bags, and cheesecloth. Next Halloween door.
Interior, Bucket List, Paris Restaurants, Home Derriere Paris Explore, Restaurant Paris, Foodie Bucket, Bar, Design
derriere restaurant paris | as it moved me: come eat in my house - derriere restaurant, paris
Derriere Restaurant ... Reminds me of a bistro in Cannes
Derriere Restaurant - foodie bucket list for Paris
Derriere Restaurant in the Heart of Paris | Yatzer
THEARTISTANDHISMODEL » Interior
derriere restaurant paris
Paris restaurant derriere
Strainer face - Imgur
Faces, Street Art, Isaac Cordal, Artist, Photo, Shadows, Streetart, Shadow Art
Cement bleak - Isaac Cordal Artist made wire colanders into face sculptures, but check the shadows. Wow.
Spanish artist Isaac Cordal sculpted faces onto metal cooking strainers, which cast beautiful shadows. #art
For his latest street art intervention in London, artist Isaac Cordal created a series of faces modeled on the grid of several colanders projecting their shadows on the pavement.
For his latest street art intervention in Dalston, London, artist Isaac Cordal created a series of faces modeled on the grid of several colanders projecting their shadows on the pavement. The installation is a test implementation of what the artist hopes will be a larger shadow projection project using the resource of city lighting in darkened streets.
Cement Bleak, 10/03/09, Isaac Cordal Urban installation projecting shadows with public lights in Dalston, London. Faces modeled on grid of several colanders projecting their shadows
Cement bleak - Isaac Cordal. "Back in 2009, artist Isaac Cordal shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets of London, where street lights cast shadows of the faces on to sidewalks."
Cement bleak - Isaac Cordal. This artist molds wire colanders into faces whose shadows look amazingly lifelike. Very cool.
Cement Bleak by Isaac Cordal #streetart
epic win photos - Shadow Art WIN
a bird in the hand