Movies about photography

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If you are related to photoart, surely, it would be interesting for you to watch some of these movies.  We’ll start from old movies and then we’ll go back to nowadays masterpieces.

The first well-known movie about photography is “Rear window” directed by Alfred Hitchcock. In this movie the main character is a photographer who suddenly becomes a witness of a murder. Since 1954 this movie has got many awards and turned to a legendary masterpiece in cinematographic culture.

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You can’t spell “Heart” without “Art”

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The spring arrives with lovely sunshine, melodic birds singing and trees blooming. It doesn’t matter if there is still snow outside, St. Valentines Day  comes with warm feelings to our hearts.

Cherub © Denis RaevCupid © Denis Raev

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Re-read: meritocracy and crowdsourcing by Jeff Howe

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In 2006, Wired Magazine published an article by the reporter Jeff Howe devoted to the new phenomenon of the influence that crowds of like-minded people have on decision-making and progress. He named this effect “crowdsourcing.” Development of present-day stock photo houses would not be possible without the rise of amateur photographers due to falling costs of photo equipment and Internet access. The groundbreaking article written five years ago helps understand other important modern trends and gives a reasonable assessment of own professional chances.

Photographic equipment © Jan Skwara

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