I love those red...

by Kieron 24/06/2009 04:17

...colours, but can't any more. Kodak Eastman has ceased support of their brilliant slide film Kodachrome. It existed from 1935 and for 74 years was the film choice of professionals and amateurs alike. Many iconic images produced during the period of its manufacture were shot on the stock. It's extensive range of colour capture was particularly brilliant at capturing the red area of the spectrum. You can see some excellent examples of the film's qualities here.

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Joshua Hoffine and the Monster under the Bed

by Claire 16/06/2009 04:36
Photoprapher Joshua Hoffine spends his time recreating scenes of childhood fears.  His artwork sees the monster under the bed comes to life and clowns become suspiciously eerie in the impressive collection.  Although the thoughts springs to mind, it's not photoshopped; casting family members and friends as actors, and using "sets, costumers, elaborate props, fog machines, and special effects make-up," the attention to realistic detail is really nice to see.
 
"I love old Disney cartoons  I like the hyper-realism of animation. I want to reinvent archetypes" he says, and there's definately some obvious Gingerbread house influence going on.  If I was Hansel and Grettel though, I'm fairly sure I'd only feel let down with that as a gingerbread house.  "No thanks, I'm off to the 7/11 thanks.  They have Milkybars there."
 
 

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