HomeFIQ CoursesOrigins of Film NoirLIGHTAUTO NEXT 00 Please login to vote. Sign In PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS 3 Basic DIY Lighting Techniques for shooting better Film Noir How to Solder XLR Connections to make a new XLR cable DIY Inline Dimmer Cable Switch (Lighting) The Most Important Piece of Equipment You Can Own. Getting Up Close to The Money Shot – Macro with Extension Tubes The History and Science of Color Temperature Origins of Film Noir The Journey to Modern Non-Linear Editing (Part 1) The Journey to Non-Linear Editing (Part 2) The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio Origins of Film Noir John P. Hess Subscribe Subscribed 0 155 videos 0% 597 Views 0 Likes May 11, 2013 FIQ CoursesHistoryVideos By John P. Hess 0 Comments Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ Jump into the world of Film Noir and look at how the technology and economic factors gave birth to a genre that still deeply influences the way filmmakers work today. (Visited 597 times, 1 visits today) Show more Film NoirFilm SchoolFilmmakerIQFilmmakingHistory PREV Getting Up Close to The Money Shot – Macro with Extension Tubes John P. Hess October 8, 2012 NEXT The Journey to Modern Non-Linear Editing (Part 1) John P. Hess May 20, 2013 You Might Be Interested In 0 What Frame Rate is Needed to Simulate Reality John P. Hess July 8, 2023 0 What is the Frame Rate of the Human Eye? John P. Hess March 31, 2023 0 What is a Normal Lens John P. Hess January 11, 2023 0 A 24fps Filmmaker Reacts to Avatar 2 in “HFR” John P. Hess December 27, 2022 0 The History of 20th Century Fox | THE STUDIOS John P. Hess February 6, 2022 0 Why You Don’t Need to Record in 32 Bit Float…. John P. Hess January 8, 2022 0 What is the Optimal Sampling Rate for Audio? (It’s All About the Aliasing) John P. Hess September 4, 2021 0 The Surprising Origins of Digital Audio Sampling Rates John P. Hess August 5, 2021 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.