A special thanks to the girls from Pearl London and Pure Storm.
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We had the use of Sophia for a few moments... so we thought we would give a quick test to our equipment.
In this test we were using a Vision Research Phantom HD slow motion camera shooting to a 120 gig ram stack at 1000frames per second, the lens was a 35mm Carl Zeiss Planar T* wide open. Please forgive the slight loss of focus at 1.35 the depth of field was less than 5cm, sophia (skipping in 15cm high heels) seems to have missed her mark very slightly and at the same time our focus puller seems to have been briefly distracted somehow?
If you are inspired by this or any or our videos and would like to get some slow motion photography - please get in contact we are a lot of fun to work with. At photography-factory are are very experienced in slow motion, quite reasonable, and make our livings from creative photography. Plus we need money to pay for more tests...
A short timelapse film by
Mario ROMULIC & Drazen STOJCIC
This video was entirely made out of PHOTOGRAPHS. There is not a single "live" video shot in it. We took over 90,000 photographs during several weeks of filming.
City as a living organism
The city describes itself. This in an autobiography of a town that lives by its own rhythm. From it’s perspective everyday life seems insignificant. It lives in a different, separate time dimension and has it’s own perception of the civilizational happenings within the city.
The city has it’s own tempo.
From the town’s viewpoint, our world seems rapid. But the town is slow city, it’s eternal. With it’s monumentality the city accentuates it’s strength and longevity in contrast to the passing lives of it’s citizens.
Metaphysical self-portrait of the city is painted through parallel time dimensions: human (individual as well as collective), and it’s own. It is this other dimension that portraits the city as a living organism with a different - almost surreal rhythm.
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