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American Cinematographer, Vol. 22 - The Motion Picture Camera Magazine; January, 1941 (Classic Reprint)

English · Hardback


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Excerpt from American Cinematographer, Vol. 22: The Motion Picture Camera Magazine; January, 1941

A noteworthy advancement in methods was the erection by Warner Brothers' of a new stage especially for filming marine scenes. This stage is one of the largest, if not the largest in the indus try, and capable of containing two large sailing-ship sets, each of which is capable of diagonal movement, and of being rocked in two planes by silent hydraulic mechanisms. Truly remarkable effects of sea and sky backgrounds in motion are also produced by use of a backing and projected ripple and cloud effects.

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Authors William Stull
Publisher Forgotten Books
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 01.01.2017
No. of pages 600
Dimensions 152 mm x 229 mm x 36 mm
Weight 952 g
Subject Humanities, art, music > Art > Photography, film, video, TV

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