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Christopher Sobieniak
Attended Whitmer High School
Lived in Toledo, OH
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Swampy's #Florida live with a 61-62 Hernando High School football schedule at Coney Island Drive Inn

There is all sorts of Florida memorabilia here. Florida history is alive at Coney Island!

The artwork is by famed sports cartoonist Willard Mullins who made his work available through a clipping service to various businesses, including schools.
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Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby. ...
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A cascading cornucopia of cool comics, cartoons & classic collectables - plus other completely captivating & occasionally controversial content! With nostalgic notions, sentimental sighings, wistful wonderings, rueful reflections, poignant ponderings & yearnings for yesteryear!
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Harriet Tubman to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, Treasury spokesman confirms: abcn.ws/1Vk1Fiu
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Just picked up this beauty today at a thrift store. It will go perfect with the Fire Game & Watch I've had forever.
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This is pretty weird and fascinating. I thought you guys might want to take a look too. Apparently 0+> is how you were supposed to type Prince's name in ASCII in that time he renamed himself to a glyph for contractual reasons. :)
Journey through the completely bizarre 1994 CD-ROM game starring the music and lifestyle of the Purple One.
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So How Does Analog Film Work Anyway?

When you think about all those pre-digital movies we love, you usually remember the 70mm classics, but there were an amazing amount of incredible films in 16mm and even 8mm!

Even though it contains some of the most memorable images in human history, how many of us really know how film actually works?
Let’s break it down to the components. First, those little holes along the side of film strips are called perforations (perfs for short). The sprockets inside cameras and projectors latch onto those to move the film along at a steady pace. Sometimes these holes are on both sides of the film, but in other cases one set of perfs is replaces by a magnetic or optical strip for sound recording.

Between these two rails are the frames themselves, which are measured in a whole slew of confusing ways. The width of the film is what most people are familiar with (8mm, 16mm, 35mm) but it doesn’t tell the whole story: some formats take up more space on the strip; the number of perforations per frame are also important; some are even oriented horizontally! They all have different uses, which partially explains why filmmakers are so obsessive about film stock.
Regardless of which stock is in the camera, film exposes more or less the same way. Different layers of the film are coated with chemicals sensitive to either red, green, or blue light. With all three stacked on top of each other, the exposed film is able to reproduce the full spectrum of visible light.

Depending on what point in the history of cinema you’re talking about, film was made of either acetate, polyester, or nitrocellulose—which was abandoned around 1950 because it was really, really flammable (if you’ve seen _Inglourious Basterds_, you already know this).

While some directors still opt to shoot on film, we’re reaching a point where digital is able to perform as well as or better than analog, and often at a fraction of the cost. With Academy Awards for both best cinematography and best direction, _The Revenant_ —which was shot digitally with Arri Alexa 65s — might be the harbinger of film’s dying days.

I tend to think that film will be around as long as Hollywood, though maybe I'm deluding myself. Then again, vinyl albums are having a resurgence, so who knows.  Digital fan or analog?

#filmmaking   #hollywood   #film   #analogfilm   #digitalfimmaking   #8mm   #16mm   #35mm   #70mm   #directing   #cinematography  

via/ http://sploid.gizmodo.com/so-how-does-analog-film-work-anyway-1772146723
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  • Whitmer High School
    College Preparatory, 1992 - 1996
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