Polaroids

Author: Lillian Necakov

Publisher: Coach House Books

ISBN: 9781552450062

Category: Poetry

Page: 56

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Although firmly rooted in the real, Lillian Necakov's evocations of 'movie magic' prove irresistible in these forty poems and five collages. Ranging across dozens of films,�- from Wim Wenders's Wings of Desire and Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law to Hitchcock's Rope and Hawks's To Have and Have Not, Lillian Necakov's language, steeped in the comic of the banal, has absurdity for breakfast.
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Polaroids

Author: William Wegman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783896601452

Category:

Page: 230

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Polaroids from the Dead

And Other Short Stories

Author: Douglas Coupland

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062105949

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

View: 5257

Douglas Coupland takes his sparkling literary talent in a new direction with this crackling collection of takes on life and death in North America -- from his sweeping portrait of Grateful Dead culture to the deaths of Kurt Cobain, Marilyn Monroe and the middle class. For years, Coupland's razor-sharp insights into what it means to be human in an age of technology have garnered the highest praise from fans and critics alike. At last, Coupland has assembled a wide variety of stories and personal "postcards" about pivotal people and places that have defined our modern lives. Polaroids from the Dead is a skillful combination of stories, fact and fiction -- keen outtakes on life in the late 20th century, exploring the recent past and a society obsessed with celebrity, crime and death. Princess Diana, Nicole Brown Simpson and Madonna are but some of the people scrutinized.
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Polaroids

Author: Manuel Alvarez Bravo

Publisher: Editorial Rm Rio Panuko

ISBN: N.A

Category: Photography

Page: 93

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Previously unpublished Polaroid photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo reproduced in the original Polaroid's dimensions.
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one hundred polaroids

Author: Antonio Vieira

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1411690109

Category:

Page: N.A

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Polaroids: Original Nature

Author: Henry Fauth

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1483437876

Category: Fiction

Page: 178

View: 747

POLAROIDS: ORIGINAL NATURE depicts an artistic workbook that tells the story of Singer Fauth, a schizophrenic outsider artist who is also a voyeur. The story takes place on the highly hedonistic Rock Island where she reconnects with Lee Heureux, a slightly narcissistic and highly secretive mixologist/bar owner. As she installs a mural entitled "Creation" on the ceiling of Lucky's Lounge, the Polaroids begin to reveal their original natures as subtle modern-day, counter-culture versions of Tinker Bell and Peter Pan. In the midst of an artistic avant-garde, their past and present intimacies and addictions are explored while portraits of the odd, outcast and eccentric characters that frequent the lounge are revealed. The relationship of Singer and Lee becomes one of cat and mouse as each tries to woo, tame, capture, reject and control the other. Their illnesses are fully explored as they push each other to the edge and their fusion takes on a life of its own.
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Some Explicit Polaroids

Author: Mark Ravenhill

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1408148420

Category: Drama

Page: 108

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From the celebrated and controversial writer of Shopping and Fucking Some Explicit Polaroids premiered at the New Ambassadors Theatre, London in October 1999 in a production directed by Max Stafford-Clark for Out of Joint, prior to a national tour. "There are few stage authors writing more interestingly than Mark Ravenhill . . . He is - it is now yet more evident - a searing, intelligent, disturbing sociologist with a talent for satirical dialogue and a flair for sexual sensationalism" (Financial Times)
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Polaroids

Mapplethorpe

Author: Sylvia Wolf,Robert Mapplethorpe

Publisher: Prestel Pub

ISBN: 9783791348704

Category: Photography

Page: 251

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Robert Mapplethorpe's black-and-white Polaroid photographs of the 1970s--a medium in which he established the style that would bring him international acclaim--are brought together in this new paperback edition. Critically praised for his finely modeled and classically composed photographs, Robert Mapplethorpe remains intensely controversial and enormously popular. This book brings together almost 300 images from the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation's archive and private collections to provide a critical view of Mapplethorpe's formative years as an artist, revealing the themes that would inspire Mapplethorpe throughout his career. Included is a selection of color Polaroids and objects incorporating his early "instant" photography. Some images convey a disarming tenderness and vulnerability, others a toughness and immediacy that would give way in later years to more classical form. The author traces the development of Mapplethorpe's use of instant photography over a period of five years, from 1970 to 1975, when the artist worked mainly in this medium. The images include self-portraits; figure studies; still lifes; portraits of lovers and friends such as Patti Smith, Sam Wagstaff, and Marianne Faithful; and observations of everyday objects. Marked by a spontaneity and creative curiosity, these fragile images offer an illuminating contrast to the glossy perfection of the work for which Mapplethorpe is best known, allowing us a more personal glimpse of his artistry.
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Gescheitert am Geist der Zeit? Der Misserfolg von Polaroid: Zum Einfluss technologischer Innovationen auf die Existenz von Unternehmen am Beispiel der Marke Polaroid

Innovations- und Technologiemanagement in dynamischen Märkten

Author: Katrin Tobies

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 3836610094

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 49

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Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: Mitte August 2004. Die traditionelle Fotofirma Agfa verkündete soeben, sich aus dem Fotogeschäft zu verabschieden. Der Branchenführer Kodak hatte bereits im Vorjahr seine Fotolabore verkauft und den Vertrieb analoger Kameras eingeschränkt. Die Heidelberger Großlaborgruppe V-Dia musste vorigen Monat ihr Unternehmen sogar ganz schließen. Die Fotobranche befindet sich im Umbruch. Zeitungen melden regelmäßig: Vormarsch der digitalen Technik bremst Filmabsatz. Auch das Unternehmen Polaroid, der Branchenführer für Sofortbilder, kämpfte seit Beginn der digitalen Fototechnik ums Überleben. Doch Polaroid meldete bereits im Jahr 2001 Konkurs an. Liegt die alleinige Ursache für das Scheitern der Fotokonzerne tatsächlich, so wie Medien gern behaupten, im Geist der Zeit, dem Trend zur neuen digitalen Technologie, begründet? Die vorliegende Arbeit untersucht den Einfluss des Technologiewandels von analog zu digital auf die Existenz traditioneller Fotounternehmen am Fallbeispiel Polaroid. These bildet, dass dessen Konkurs nicht allein durch die digitale Konkurrenz verursacht wurde. Basierend auf den Besonderheiten der Marke Polaroid und der Sofortbildtechnologie wird im Vergleich untersucht, welche Gefahren von der digitalen Fototechnologie ausgehen sowie mit welchen Strategien Unternehmen im Allgemeinen auf Innovationen reagieren können und wie das Unternehmen Polaroid im Speziellen handelte. Ziel ist es, systematisch die Ursachen für sein Scheitern zu ermitteln und im Ergebnis daraus Lehren für ähnliche Situationen abzuleiten: für ein erfolgreiches Innovations- und Technologiemanagement in dynamischen Märkten. In der Literatur wurde der Misserfolg Polaroids bisher nicht umfassend analysiert. Eine Vielzahl an Zeitungsartikeln bewertet den Werdegang der Firma allein in Abhängigkeit zum Technologiewandel. Es fehlt jedoch eine Ursachenanalyse, die auch die Aktivitäten des Unternehmens genauer betrachtet. Im Rahmen der vorliegenden Arbeit werden diese, mit Fokus auf die 90er Jahre, untersucht. Die Sicht der Anwender, soziale Rahmenbedingungen, ein Vergleich mit anderen Fotokonzernen oder anderen sich verändernder Technologiebranchen bleiben dabei unbeachtet. Ebenso wenig soll ein alternatives Strategie- und Kommunikationskonzept für Polaroid entwickelt werden. Inhaltsverzeichnis:Inhaltsverzeichnis: Inhaltsverzeichnis1 1.Problemstellung, methodisches Vorgehen und Quellen2 2.Die Marke Polaroid3 2.1Entstehung der Marke3 2.2Entwicklung [...]
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Polaroids

Author: Kristi Park

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781434302656

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 124

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Within this text, one may encounter some degree of technical information, pioneering insights, pathos and even some very exciting examples of just what an archaeologist must do in finding and recording a site. Indeed, this text may be used by anyone wishing to gain access into the fascinating world of historic archaeology. It may also be read for both fun and profit by all of those interested in that concerning the great outdoors. That is, the abandoned places, historic ruins, and the many kinds of historic artifacts, in general. Here is the grand opportunity for a unique education plus fun and intrigue
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Carlo Mollino

polaroids

Author: Fulvio Ferrari,Napoleone Ferrari

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Photography

Page: 287

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Carlo Mollino (19051973) was one of the most inspired mid-20th-century architects and designers. In a career that spanned more than four decades, Mollino designed buildings, homes, cars, aircraft, womens fashion, and theater sets. He was a renaissance man who sought to articulate movement and sensuality in his designs. Even more compelling are the magically surreal Polaroid images Mollino made in his Turin studio during the last 14 years of his life, seen here in the first-ever collection of Mollinos carefully honed erotic photographs of women. From 1,500 works, the Ferraris have culled over 250 representative images in which Molino posed his models in evocative clothing, staged the backdrops, and finally, altered the photos with a microscopic paintbrush to attain his ideal view of the female form. Only a few of Mollinos Polaroids have ever been viewed by the public.
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Instant Love

How to Make Magic and Memories with Polaroids

Author: Jenifer Altman,Susannah Conway,Amanda Gilligan

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 0811879267

Category: Photography

Page: 176

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With instant film once again available, Polaroids and other instant cameras are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. This friendly and informative guide is the essential how-to book for shooting gorgeous instant pictures with personal panache and a touch of romance. Packed with tips on how to shoot with various cameras, details about the different types of film available, advice on composition and lighting techniques, plus creative projects to transform snapshots into keepsake mementos and portfolios of beautiful images for inspiration, this is the ultimate companion for capturing instant memories.
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Dash Snow

Polaroids

Author: Dash Snow

Publisher: Peres Project

ISBN: 9780981765846

Category: Art

Page: 280

View: 9113

First comprehensive collection of Dash Snow's Polaroid photography.
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Polaroids

Author: Helmut Newton

Publisher: Taschen America Llc

ISBN: 9783836528863

Category: Photography

Page: 223

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Instant Newton: A collection of Helmut Newton's test Polaroids Polaroids occupy a special place in the hearts of many photo enthusiasts who remember a time when "instant photography" meant one-of-a-kind prints that developed within minutes of clicking the shutter. What was once a crucial tool for photographers to test their shots before shooting on film has now become obsolete in the face of digital photography. Luckily for us, legendary photographer Helmut Newton saved his test Polaroids, allowing a privileged and rare chance to see the tests from a selection of his greatest shoots over a period of decades, including many from the TASCHEN titles SUMO, A Gun for Hire, and Work. Selected by his widow, June Newton, from over 300 photos featured at the 2011 exhibition "Helmut Newton Polaroids" at the Museum f�r Fotografie in Berlin, this collection captures the magic of Helmut Newton photo shoots as only Polaroids can. Text in English, French, and German
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Found Polaroids

Author: Jason Bitner,Tod (CON) Lippy

Publisher: Quack Media

ISBN: N.A

Category: Humor

Page: 184

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From the creators of FOUND Magazine, Dirty FOUND and the national best-selling FOUND books (Simon and Schuester), this hard-bound, full color edition features 192 previously unpublished Polaroids sent in from all over the world.
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Polaroids

Author: Attila Richard Lukacs,Michael Morris

Publisher: Arsenal Pulp PressLtd

ISBN: 9781551522951

Category: Art

Page: 175

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Attila Richard Lukacs is a leading and controversial artist, best known for his epic paintings of masculine, homoerotic imagery of gay skinheads and military cadets. For over 20 years, the iconic Polaroid picture has played a vital role in his practice. This monograph presents a unique perspective on Lukacs' work through 1,200 Polaroid images taken by the artist himself over the past 20 years. Polaroid images have always served as a core referent in his paintings, but they are here presented as a captivating body of work in their own right.
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Polaroids

Author: Dennis Hopper

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9788862084888

Category:

Page: 132

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This limited edition of 25 copies includes a numbered 8 x 10-inch Giclee print of "Untitled (Diamonds)" (1987), which has been certified authentic by the Hopper Art Trust.
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Polaroids

Author: Avernelle Maule,Kadidja Bayor

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781544056159

Category:

Page: 26

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Millennial, New York City natives, Avi and Kadidja, share their roller-coaster experiences with love, as they navigate through its velvety thorns. Their poetry takes you on a ride through the lens of young, eager-to-love, modern day women, with rhymes that are sure to dance in your thoughts day after day.
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Real Fun

Polaroids from the Independent Music Landscape

Author: Sasha Hirschfeld

Publisher: Picturebox, Incorporated

ISBN: 9780971367098

Category: Photography

Page: 128

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Ever wonder what indie rockers on tour do for the other 23 hours of their day? "Real Fun" answers that question with over 100 photographs of musicians lounging in the giant green room that is the world--sleeping, eating, fishing and just goofing off. Photographer Ashod Simonian has traveled with scores of bands, and his dreamy, lush Polaroids capture Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon, Sleater Kinney, Pavement, Jenny Lewis, the Shins, Wilco and Broken Social Scene, among many others, in colorful images conveying not just stories but the feelings behind them: boredom, exultation, frustration and bliss. Many of the performers have also contributed essays and memoirs, making this an essential compendium of wisdom and memories from the road. Others have recorded songs for the accompanying CD. The tracks were all selected by Simonian and most are original, recorded especially for this project. All of this is well and good, but what makes "Real Fun" more than a scrapbook is Simonian's acute photographic instincts, his eye for detail and sense of scene: compelling pictures regardless of the subject.
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