A film collaboration series with EMS and Dave Naz.
Dave Naz is a photographer of sex and meaning, women and landscape. Innovative and self-taught, Naz has five well-received books with Goliath Press: Lust Circus (2002), Panties (2003), Legs (2004), Fresh: Girls Of Seduction (2006), and L.A. Bondage (2007). His work has appeared in GQ, Maxim, Stern.de, and Salon, and in international collections, including The New Erotic Photography (Taschen, 2007) and Self-Exposure: The Male Nude Self-Portrait (Universe, 2005). Naz's photographs are shown in galleries all over the world. He lives with his wife, Oriana, in the foothills above Southern California. davenaz.com
For more info on Eric Minh Swenson or project inquiries visit his website :thuvanarts.com
" The Bellophone is a large scale instrument using real bells. It is a device which allows the audience to interact with the bells of two churches simultaneously from a controller positioned in Independence Square, Valletta. Big round buttons will serve as a hit trigger to ring the 150 year old bells of the the St. Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral and the Basilica of ‘Our Lady of Mount Carmel, which can be both viewed from the Square. The audience is invited to unleash their own creativity and play the melody they wish with the sounds that have accompanied the Maltese population since childhood "
Concept & Electronics: Mario Sammut
Programming: William Farrugia
Engineer: Joe Galea
Controller Designer: Matthew Micallef
PR: Noel D’Amato
Web Master: Keith Mangion Livori
Graphic Designer: Mirjana Batinic
Video was shot, edited & graded by Chris Farrugia (CFS)
Title sequence design - Chris Farrugia (CFS)
Aerial footage by Motion Blur & Insomnia Productions.
This movie is the result of an three week journey to the wonderful tropical island sri lanka in Dez 2014.
We had a lot of fun travelling through the very special country with their friendly people and
visit the following places.
Have you have ever seen a DJI Phantom grind a rail or doing a Backflip? With our first "Copter Challenge" video, we show that multicopters are not only workhorses for photo, film and industrial tasks. With practice and experience, you can also fly stunts and tricks. We had a blast creating this Video and look forward to the Copter Challenge 2!
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Pilot: Ferdinand Wolf
Camera & Editing: Gabriel Manz & Julian Glöckner
Copter: DJI Phantom I v1 with Zenmuse H3-2D (flown in manual and Atti mode)
WATCH more on: skynamic.net
All flights were performed by an experienced RC pilot. Any attempt to recreate these activities could result in injury or damage to personal property. Please fly responsibly