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Amira is ideally suited to filming documentaries said Shahram Aderangui, Technical Manager at Amaranthine Trading, he explained: "This is the first-of-its-kind workshop in the world where we are introducing the camera directly to its potential users.
Last year she created Amaranthine for The Sacramento Ballet and Trio in White for The Washington Ballet, both set to Beethoven's piano music.
The amaranthine dawn of the Adriatic welcomes the children, their names are imprinted on the salt air: Achille, Letitia, Lucien, Louise.
The author turns the narrator's affectation to his own advantage: Why blur the enamel of the text's surface with shadows of fuchsia, taupe, or amaranthine? Precision hardly depends on them ("Bubbles topping one shred of foam glower red and green in the afternoon sunlight and then break" [46]).
Fly to my Aid O mighty Love, From out thy amaranthine Bow'rs, Where Beauty lives and Pleasure reigns to crown with Bliss thy happy Hours.
Dubai-based distributor of cinematography equipment, Amaranthine Trading hosted a workshop in Dubai to introduce Arri's documentary style camera, Amira.