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Posted by David Walker on 12/21 at 09:00 AM
I have long been enamored by the style of cinematography used for movies such as Band of Brothers and Saving Private Ryan. The hard, gritty look seems so fitting for the topic. The visual effect, to me at least, allows the viewer to gain a more pure real sense of the characters, actions and surroundings. I have been meaning to try and recreate this effect in my still photography on the same subject matter. Of course, this style is not suitable for everything I shoot but luckily, finding the right subject matter wasn’t too hard. Definitely not hard in Pennsylvania.
Posted by Greg Petersen on 12/11 at 11:43 AM
Some Changes to the WPSU-FM Schedule This Weekend
Posted by Whitney on 12/08 at 03:04 PM
The live broadcast begins at 8:00 PM on Thursday, December 10 and will feature several of the volunteer videographers at the phones taking phone calls from viewers. Contributors to the station will have the opportunity to get their own copy of the DVD when they call in during the program.
Posted by David Walker on 12/07 at 02:52 PM
Chicken and waffles, beer distributors and first day of buck are all things I consider to fall under the “very PA” category. I always get a good chuckle when friends that live outside the state ask me silly questions like “What are perogies?” or “Why can’t we just go down to the gas station and get a six pack?” But my favorite question is easily “You guys close down schools for deer season?”
Posted by Greg Petersen on 12/07 at 08:48 AM
Radio Looks at NOW, and it’s Pledge Week on TV with a new “Our Town,” and a fun documentary look at prohibition in Bradford!
Posted by Bianca Barr on 12/04 at 04:15 PM
More than 40 people attended the Our Town:Curwensville preview Thursday night at the Curwensville Area High School Auditorium. It was a great show and the folks who helped tell the stories of their town in Clearfield County said they enjoyed the hour-long program.
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