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Better Photography Hindi - February 2013 (True PDF) Hindi | 94 pages | True PDF | 15.00 Mb
Better Photography is one of South Asia's most respected photography guides and is India's No.1 photography magazine. It is the first Indian magazine to be completely devoted to the art and science of photography. Catering primarily to amateurs, hobbyists, and serious enthusiasts, the magazine has a keen following amongst professionals as well. It delves into product tests, provides expert advice, tutorials and techniques, and conducts some of India's most prominent photography contests.
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This is Comic Store Heroes, a wild and wacky adventure into the subculture of comic book super fans, where dreams are everything?Ð‚Â¦ and with a bit of faith and spandex, they really can come true. Amid the dark and dangerous shadows of New York, the real life Gotham City, shines a bright light that lures?Ð‚Â¦
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Documentary that looks back at some of the finest moments of The Comic Strip Presents... featuring never before seen footage, recollections of those involved in making the programmes and some famous faces explaining how important they are to them.Starting with the 1982 TV debut, The Comic Strip Presents... Five Go Mad In Dorset, the wonderful parody of The Famous Five books, cast and crew including creator Peter Richardson, Jennifer Saunders, and Dawn French recall the significance of the show and what is was like to make, seemingly with a complete disregard for health and safety.Other Comic Strip Presents productions are remembered, including The Strike, The Bullshitters and The Hunt For Tony Blair, while Ken Livingstone and Joan Ruddock tell the programme what they really thought of their portrayals in the sharp satire, GLC: The Carnage Continues.Stars, including Simon Pegg and Eddie Izzard, recall how The Comic Strip programmes have influenced their own work and what they mean to them on a personal level.Others who have appeared in Comic Strip films over the years, including Jeff Beck ("It was the lowest point of my career"), James Buckley, Stephen Mangan and Harry Enfield as well as journalists including The Times' Ed Potton and The Mirror's Kevin O'Sullivan, explain the appeal of the programmes and why The Comic Strip Presents has been so important to British comedy.Typically for a Peter Richardson production, 30 Years Of Comic Strip ignores the traditional rules of making a retrospective documentary, and as a result is typically brilliant.