Tag Archives: French

illuminating and breathless

Toronto. This is a photo of a cameraman slowly moving by a wheelie while the lighting and actors stay in place. The lady in the striped dress is none other than the tragic┬áJean Seberg with her French co-star Jean Paul … Continue reading

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Emile Zola… photographer??

Toronto. Emile Zola lived from 1840 to 1902 when he died under curious circumstances. Zola was one of the most famous French authors of his era. He was notorious for his role in the Dreyfus affair. Like many well to … Continue reading

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Review of Book on 19th Century French Lenses

Toronto. I did this review for Bob Lansdale back on August 3rd, 2013. At the time, the author had sent the book to Bob for review and write up in the journal Photographic Canadiana. This the review I wrote at … Continue reading

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French Camera Display in Japan this fall.

Our good friend Sam Mabuchi of ┬áthe All Japan Classic Camera club (AJCC) wrote recently that the AJCC will be holding a French Camera Exhibition this winter in Tokyo. The exhibition is an official exhibition by the JCII Camera Museum … Continue reading

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