'The camera cannot lie' - meaning and origin of this phrase. Meaning Literal meaning.
Origin Printed photographs began to be available to the general public around the mid 19th century. When this phrase was coined, which appears to be just a few years later, the view that a photograph was a faithful representation of a scene, in a way that a subjective painting could never be, was a reasonable one. After all, the image that falls on the photographic plate is precisely what the camera is pointing at.
Many of the earliest references to the phrase describe people's inability to believe that they look like their photographic portraits. The earliest citation of the precise 'camera cannot lie' phrase I have found is from The Evening News, Lincoln, Nebraska, November 1895, complete with an intimation of the early doubts about the literal truth of the phrase: "Photographers, especially amateur photographers, will tell you that the camera cannot lie. 10 Photography Quotes that Every Photographer Should Know. In this post Hákon Ágústsson shares some great photography quotes and explains why they’re worth knowing.
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We spoke to Charles about working with Amy and the responsibility of preserving a friend's memory. Your shots are really beautiful and a reminder of happier times for Amy. Why did you wait thirteen years to publish them? It just never felt right before. I saw Asif Kapadia's movie Amy last year and I came away with this deep sadness and I wanted to leave people with something happier. Wes Anderson's Colour Palettes. The fictional worlds evoked in film by director Wes Anderson have such a precise colouration – the very particular pastel-hues that paint the skies, drench the buildings and dress the characters, render Anderson’s microcosms almost dream-like.
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What those numbers or letters along the side of the film mean Table Notes I take photographs using all types of film. And when when I turn in a mixed collection of film types for processing unless I take great care in marking the film packages when I get them back from the processor what type of film is in which package is unknown. This can be a problem when you need to know what type of film was used to do a correct print. To solve this problem I went to Kodak's web site and tried to find out what what the number printed on the film meant. I received this sheets at no charge in less than 3 days after I sent my e-mail. This Guy Built His Own Automatic Film Processor, The Filmomat. This is incredible: German photographer Lukas Fritz wanted an easier way to process his film at home, so he spent a year creating the Filmomat, a fully automatic film processor that can handle everything from B&W 35mm film to 5×7-inch color slides.
Here’s a 5-minute video in which Fritz introduces the Filmomat and shows how it works: The machine is about the size of a microwave oven, and it contains multiple liquid compartments: a 6L fresh water tank, a water bath, and three chemical compartments. There’s a circular development tank for roll film, and a rectangular one for 4×5 and 5×7. It’s capable of remembering up to 50 different development processes, and each process can involve up to 3 chemicals and 10 individual steps.
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How to Revive and Give New Life to Old Film Cameras. Film photography has made a comeback! Some would argue that just like Dre, its been here the whole time. But over the past few years, the aesthetic and cache of film photography has made a strong presence in the zeitgeist of contemporary digital photography. In this entertaining short film by Maison Carnot called "Disassembly," we see how to take an old non-functioning film camera and bring it back to life through a complete disassembly and repurposing of the old gear. The video itself is very well done, and even those not looking to actually take on the daunting task of taking apart every element of a film camera's lens and body, will find it interesting and educational. Being a professional photographer and full time photography professor, I am surrounded by film and digital cameras every day and I have never seen anything like this.
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