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Australian cinematographer exhibits Polaroids

Update: March, 03/2016 - 09:42
Australian cinematographer Philip Rang, who uses Polaroids to photograph, is exhibiting his collection of black-and-white photos on the theme of Paris by Night at The Refinery Saigon.
HCM CITY  (VNS) — Australian cinematographer Philip Rang, who uses Polaroids to photograph, is exhibiting his collection of black-and-white photos on the theme of Paris by Night at The Refinery Saigon.

The collection includes 16 original Polaroids taken at night on December 12 in 2012.

Rang worked as a camera technician in Australia, and a camera assistant with London's BBC Ealing Film Studios at a young age.

He has had 17 years working in the industry and made hundreds of television commercials and music videos.

With Richard Gibson's A Message from Fallujah, he won international cinematography awards at the Rhode Island International Film Festival as well as from the Australian Cinematographer's Society in 2005 and 2006.

Rang is now living in Paris to develop his film culture and education.

The exhibition can be seen at 74 Hai Ba Trung Street in District 1 until April 4. — VNS


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