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EYE on Fellini prt1

EYE on Fellini prt1

In September 2013 I was in EYE to visit the Fellini exhibition with ‘only’ my wife’s Panasonic LX3. I wanted to experience shooting with a compact camera in low-light-conditions. I nailed it at 200 ISO because above that things get too noisy/muddy. And then I prayed that I wouldn’t move while shooting with lower shutterspeeds. I like the results. (ps In WordPress the shots are darker than in the original JPG’s, as usual; but annoying for these kind of shots…)

EYE on Fellini prt2

EYE on Fellini prt2

EYE on Fellini prt3

EYE on Fellini prt3

EYE on Fellini prt4

EYE on Fellini prt4

EYE on Fellini prt5

EYE on Fellini prt5

Dream Factory prt1

Dream Factory prt1

The last shots were all taken from the exhibition room in the EYE-FilmHouse in Amsterdam. The exhibition that was going on was: Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory. The Adventurous Years of Film (1907-1916). Here some shots from the exhibition.

Dream Factory prt2

Dream Factory prt2

Dream Factory prt3

Dream Factory prt3

Dream Factory prt4

Dream Factory prt4

Dream Factory prt5

Dream Factory prt5

Dream Factory prt6

Dream Factory prt6

Dream Factory prt7

Dream Factory prt7

Black Interior

Black Interior

Almost two weeks ago we visited EYE, our Dutch ‘House of Film’, in Amsterdam. Main target was the movie: ‘Of Horses and Men’, of the Icelandic filmmaker Benedikt Erlingsson. ( https://www.eyefilm.nl/en/movies-and-expositions/of-horses-and-men?program_id=11727013 ). A down to earth movie about a small, Icelandic community of people and horses. Tragicomic must for all Iceland-addicts. After that, we walked through the exhibition: Jean Desmet’s Dream Factory. The Adventurous Years of Film (1907-1916). This shot was taken from the exhibition room, through tinted glass; looking into the central restaurant-room.

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11)

Shot By Both Sides prt1

Shot By Both Sides prt1| Nikon D700 | Nikkor 24-70mm. f/2.8G ED | 70mm. | 1/80 | F2.8 | ISO 5000

These Gohstbusters were shot from behind on Thursday during their dress-rehearsal for the Filmmuseum show. The 2nd shot was taken on Saturday during the real performance. Later on, in Lightroom, I was amazed by the resemblance of the poses; as if the shots were taken at the same time.

Ik fotografeerde deze Gohstbusters van achteren op donderdag tijdens de generale repetitie voor de Filmmuseumvoorstelling. Op zaterdag had ik de 2e foto genomen tijdens echte uitvoering. Toen ik thuis met de foto’s bezig was in Lightroom frappeerde het me hoezeer de lichaamshoudingen overeenkwamen. Alsof de foto’s tegelijkertijd waren genomen.

Shot By Both Sides prt2

Shot By Both Sides prt2 | Nikon D700 | Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR | 125mm. | 1/50 | F5 | ISO 5000

Blue Movie

Blue Movie | Nikon D700 | Nikkor 24-70mm. f/2.8G ED | 35mm. | 1/50 | F5 | ISO 5000

This show was titled ‘Filmmuseum’. Several movies came along. Images were projected on the background, while the music-students played a song related to the movie.

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