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In Paris, France, architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet collaborated to convert a space that was formerly the master bathroom of a much larger living space into a standalone micro-apartment of only 130 square feet that's packed full of modern space-saving ideas. © Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet Using an elevated platform as a means to increase the functionality of the space, the designers hid a sliding component underneath which can be transformed from sofa, to bed, to being retracted completely to free up more room.
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Even though this video explores the reasons behind why filmmakers choose to move the camera, I want to start with a few reasons why you shouldn't move the camera. Reason one: because camera movement looks cool and adds production value. How to Get the Film Noir Look on a Budget. What comes to mind when you think about film noir?
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