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Blog Tag: film

Pinhole Photography Day
By: Admin    April 27 2018 , 08:00 am
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Category: Photography , Facts
April 29th, 2018 is Pinhole Photography Day!Celebrated annually on the last Sunday of April, this day gives photography enthusiasts the chance to appreciate the pinhole camera.Nowadays, it seems like technology is advancing with every breath. VHS tapes became DVDs, which then became digital downloads. Cellphones have replaced traditional landline phones. Digital cameras are the new film camera. Although it is hard to find a VHS tape or landline phone today, there is still a large appreciation for the camera in all its forms. Pinhole Photography Day is just one of those ways to celebrate this wonderful tool.What Is A Pinhole Camera?The first detailed sketches and ideas that shaped the pinhole camera date back to famous Italian Renaissance inventor and artist, Leonardo Da Vinci in 1485. The images went from being projected on the wall to being printed on film in 1850, thanks to Sir David Brewster, a Scot...
Top Hollywood Movies for Gardening Buffs
By: Admin    November 09 2017 , 12:48 pm
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Category: Entertainment , Nature , Garden , Fun
Films for Green ThumbsThe weather is changing to the cold days of autumn and winter, and that means cuddling under blankets indoors and watching movies! Here are some ideas for the garden lovers, nature fans, or farming buffs in your life.For a scary movie night:Little Shop of Horrors (1986, PG-13) is a dark comedic musical that features a man-eating plant named Audrey II. Rick Moranis stars in this classic film directed by Frank Oz that was nominated for 2 Academy Awards. It’s a classic movie that any plant lover is sure to have heard about.The Day of the Triffids (1963) is a science fiction horror film that has seen several adaptations. All of earth’s inhabitants are blinded by a meteor shower, and due to their blindness, killer plants take over and terrorize humanity.For a date night:All That Heaven Allows (1955) is a classic film that shows the budding romance between an older widow and a young...