Revolution in Color Movies

Discussion in 'Classic Manual Cameras' started by marc_bergman|1, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. Modern Photography magazine had this story in their April 1953 issue. It told of the influence of still photographer Eliot Elisofon in the making of the movie Moulin Rouge.

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  2. Here is an article on Dodging and Burning-in.

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  3. There are quite a few new products showcased this month.

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  4. Lloyd Varden discusses the Electronic Camera.

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  5. Here are this month's camera equipment ads.

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  6. Here are this month's dealer ads.

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  7. As always, a great look back. Thanks for sharing.
  8. As always, thanks for doing this.
  9. Thanks Marc for posting this. The article on the Moulin Rouge film has motivated me to try to find this film and watch it. Keppler on developing B&W has a few good practical tips, especially for beginners; it seems that he did not wash between developing and fixing, which is a bit strange.

    I did not know that there were thousand-lines TV cameras available in 1953, and that Bing Crosby had a R&D facility working on videotape development. Hope it was not an April Fools' joke.
  10. Thanks, Marc, I'm slowly catching up with your excellent posts. LLoyd Varden's article on the Electronic Camera is an interesting look at a photographic dead end road...

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