Elements of Image Making

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= Elements of Image Making: Alternative Optics, Processes & Techniques=
 
= Elements of Image Making: Alternative Optics, Processes & Techniques=
  
November 4th, Sunday 4pm! We returning better then ever, and kicking off our new form with a workshop on Hand Processing!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hand Processing is back in 2013!!!!!!
 
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==Every 4th Sunday==
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Participants are encouraged to bring any materials they think would be interesting to work with, including any aged film material or stock, but especially markers, paint, stamps, translucent objects or scratching elements, anything that may hold an interesting presence on film. All editing materials, projectors, and tools necessary will be provided.
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===Facilitated by :===
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* [http://www.ecstatic-erratic.com  Eric Stewart]
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*Tod Green
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==External Resources==
 
==External Resources==

Revision as of 12:22, 4 March 2013

Elements of Image Making: Alternative Optics, Processes & Techniques

Hand Processing is back in 2013!!!!!!

External Resources

  • Helen Hill's Recipes for Disaster is a zine featuring lots of filmmakers from N. America talking about various direct film techniques. Super Awesome!
  • Film Farm Canadian independent imaging retreat operating for 20+ years.
  • HandmadeCinema.com Interactive concept map about the history, theory and techniques of handmade film.
  • Handmade Film Institute Situated outside of Boulder Co, hosts classes, workshops and retreats in handmade film processes, also features a plethora of technical info on darkroom chemistry.
  • delicious.com/jihalprin List of resources/articles about DIY cinematography; light meter use, optics, sound recording, processing....
  • Scratchatopia Montreal based filmmaker Steven Woloshen's Tumblr. Links/articles/awesome!
  • Antidote for a Virtual World by Ken Paul Rosenthal Comprehensive guide to hand processing reversal film.
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