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The Distinctively Dark Wide Lens Observational Order of Stanley Kubrick’s Style of Filmmaking

In another of their very insightful video essays, film and television analysis platform ScreenPrism took a look at the iconic films of Stanley Kubrick, noting the very distinct features of his wide lens observational style in which the complete order is struggling against wild scenery patterns, the repeated behavior of …

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German Photographer Captures the Stark Isolated Beauty of Hamburg at Night in ‘After Hours’

A post shared by Mark Broyer (@markbroyer) on Jul 19, 2017 at 12:11pm PDT German photographer Mark Broyer has created several volumes of his stunning photo series entitled “After Hours“, which showcases his home city of Hamburg at night. As stated on his website, Broyer is “trying to find beauty …

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Gorgeous Pencil and Ink Portraits That Capture the Adorable Messiness of Curly Haired Dogs

In 2015, we wrote about Serbian artist Endre Penovác and his gorgeous series of portraits starring his beloved long-haired black cat. Since that time, the talented painter has created a great number of beautiful pieces, including a series of ink and pencil drawings that feature adorably messy, curly-haired dogs who …

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I’m Scared, A Stop-Motion Animated Short Based on the Surreal Artwork of Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins

Filmmaker Pete Levins has created “I’m Scared,” a fantastic stop-motion animated short based on the surreal artwork of Greg “Craola” Simkins. It follows a young boy who tries to warn his little brother about the numerous monsters that go bump in the night. via reddit, The Awesomer INLE, An Art …

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Photo Of The Day By Penny Meyers

Photo By Penny Meyers Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Female Mallard in Flight” by Penny Meyers. Location: Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. “A female mallard in flight just after takeoff from the Pelican River, one of the few areas of open water here in mid-winter,” explains Meyers. See more of Penny …

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Flash: High-Speed Sync

High-speed sync allows the photographer to use flash at shutter speeds faster than the native sync speed of the camera. For example, if the normal sync speed of your camera is 1/250th, but conditions dictate a shutter speed of 1/1000th, if you use normal sync with the flash, the image …

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Amazingly Detailed, Incredibly Realistic Embroidered Food That Truly Looks Good Enough to Eat

A post shared by ipnot (@ipnot) on Dec 23, 2017 at 5:10pm PST Japanese thread artist Ipnot has created a wonderfully whimsical series of embroidered foods that reflect such amazing detail, making them so realistic that they each look good enough to eat. Ipnot also animates some of her embroidered …

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Mesmerizing Timelapses of Spiral Drawings Being Made by a Mechanical Drawing Machine

A post shared by James Nolan Gandy (@gandyworks) on Oct 22, 2017 at 12:04pm PDT Artist James Nolan Gandy has created a large collection of mesmerizing timelapse videos on Instagram that show beautiful spiral drawings being made by his numerous mechanical drawing machines. A post shared by James Nolan Gandy …

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Three Dogs Walk Alongside Each Other in Shallow Water Carrying the Same Stick in Their Mouths

A trio of beautiful golden retrievers hilariously walked alongside each other in shallow water, carrying the same stick in their mouths the whole way back to shore. It’s hard to tell if they were helping one another or laying claim to the bounty. A Spy Crocodile Hatchling Captures a Crocodile …

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The Incredible Talent of John Entwistle of The Who As Shown in Isolated Bass Tracks From a Live Show

In 2012, YouTuber Michele Cadonna posted incredible footage of the late, great John Entwistle of The Who as he perform the iconic generational anthem “Won’t Get Fooled Again” live on stage with the band in 1978. The bass tracks from this show were isolated and a single was camera completely …