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Genius of the Moving World

Roger Knott-Fayle

The biggest hero that you could have in life walked the corridor of photography yesterday @ The School of Biology The University of Nottingham, Roger Knott-Fayle. Roger has been away from the University of Nottingham for about three years which did leave  a void within the teaching of film making. Roger has his own style, a style that belongs to no other person, if you tried to impersonate this style then the fool would be on you, any manifestation of Roger is worth the gold coin that you place within his hand.

Sir Roger Knott-Fayle

 

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It is not often that you get a peaceful moment on the corridors of photography.

These corridors are usually the hive of all activity, MSc students by the dozens, 130 undergraduates rushing to the PC room to put their images into the system for feedback, still it is early [ish] in the semester and panic has not set in yet, soon deadlines will be upon us and students will live here 24/7 then the peace will be gone

 

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Peter Moonlight one of the MSc students from last year has shared this info with us, a very different type of camera, pull the rip cord and it spins on its axis to take a 360 image

more info on this camera here

 

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Samuel Waldron made this film as part of his summer project last year on the MSc Link

There is also another film made Tom Clarke also in the same year as Sam here is the link to the film

This film is a moving portrait film made by Emma Clark, within this film are members of the University

staff Link

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Cristobal Vila  has made a short film called Nature by Numbers, A short segment is on the the flicker page have a look

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In the last 2 years we have seen the epic rise of the DSLR movement.  With everyone from school kids to Hollywood cinematographers now using these cameras to capture everything from a wedding to a feature film.

 

Converge Film Awards

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Nothing better captures human history than a collection of information that is indelible and images that are everlasting. For many film enthusiasts, the moving picture medium does this best. However, within the medium, the differentiation between the purposes of the feature and the documentary film cannot be overemphasised.The essence of the documentary film and the documentary filmmaker takes the front stage at the iRepresent International Documentary Film Festival……Documenting Africa on screen

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