1. Цейтраферная съемка в движении / time-lapse photography in motion
    director of photography: Pryadko Artem / assistant: Shishkovski Dmitry

    China (Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen 27.02.12 - 14.03.2012)

    Project of Royalink Investment Ltd. Media advertisement agency mail@royalink.asia QQ: 1539270858
    China, Guangzhou, C15. #23, TaiPing Yang Center 中国广州市天河北路559号太平洋保险大厦23楼C15房
    联系我们在中国 +8602038170280
    M我在香港 +85281990013

    Canon 5D Mark II
    Canon 60D
    peleng 8mm/3.5
    tokina 11-16mm/2.8
    Samyang 14mm/2.8
    sigma 24mm/1.8
    canon 50mm/1.4
    canon 70-200mm/4lis
    NDx16, NDx1000, NDx2000, c-pl

    music: OST_Enter_the_Dragon – The Island & Passion Pit - Swimming in the flood

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  2. In Iceland's rough and remote Westfjords region, Chad Sayers, Forrest Coots, and Chad Manley step back in time to revisit a way of life that lasted 1000 years. With the guidance of local friends Siggi Jonsson and Runar Karlsson, they traverse the storied landscape via sailboat, kayak, and ski, exploring what it would have been like to survive there for so many generations. Each ski run begins and ends with seaweed underfoot, while waterfalls, lichen-clad couloirs, and stories of humans past make up the in-between.

    Presented by Arcteryx.com & The GORE-TEX® Brand

    Director/Producer: Jordan Manley
    Story editors: Chad Manley & Daniel Irvine
    Translator: Asi Bjornsson
    Narrator: Chad Sayers

    Skiers:
    Chad Sayers
    Forrest Coots
    Chad Manley

    Many, many thanks to:
    Runar Karlsson & Sigurður Jónsson / boreaadventures.com/
    Gústaf Gústafsson / Westfjords Tourism
    Líney Arnórsdóttir / Visit Iceland
    Hörður Jakobsson
    Anna Kristin Asbjornsdottir
    Gunnar Karl Gudmundsson
    Vidar Kristinsson
    Asi Bjornsson
    Rob Grant

    Music:
    "Dresden Girls" & "Fell Through Mirrors" by Sonogram
    "Scathe" by Reid Willis
    "Aurau" by Rob Bridgett
    "Here Before" by Fever Ray
    Voices: "Ferskeytlan" by Margret Hjalmarsdottir/Raddir

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  3. A hemisphere of 5,500 white blocks occupies the air, each hanging from above in a pattern which repeats in order and disorder. Pixels play over the physical blocks as an emulsion of digital light within the physical space, producing a habitat for digital forms to exist in our world.

    A group of external projectors penetrate the volume of cubes with pixel-rays, until every single one of the cubes becomes coated with pixels. By scanning with structured light, each pixel receives a set of known information, such as its absolute 3d position within the volume, and the identity of the block that it lives on.

    The spectator is invited to study a boundary line between the digital and natural worlds, to see the limitations of how the 2 spaces co-exist. The aesthetic engine spans these digital and physical realms. Volumetric imagery is generated digitally as a cloud of discontinuous surfaces, which are then applied through the video projectors onto the polymer blocks. By rendering figurations of imaginary digital forms into the limiting error-driven physical system, the system acts as an agency of abstraction by redefining and grading the intentions of imaginary forms through its own vocabulary.

    The flow of light in the installation creates visual mass. The spectator's balance is shifted by this visceral movement causing a kinaesthetic reaction. For digital to exist in the real world, it must suffer its rules, and gain its possibilities. The sparse physical nature of the installation allows for the digital form to create a continuous manifold within the space across the discreet blocks, whilst also passing through each block as a continuous pocket of physical space.

    The polymer blocks are engineered for both diffusive/translucent properties and to have a reflective/projectable response to the pixel-rays. This way a block can act as a site for illumination or for imagery.

    The incomplete form of the hemisphere becomes extinct at its base, but extends through a reflection below, and therein becomes complete. It takes inspiration from nature, whilst becoming an artefact of technology.

    Permanently installed in Nakdong river cultural centre gallery in Busan, Republic of Korea.

    View "making of" vimeo.com/45895631

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    [CREDITS]

    KIMCHI AND CHIPS
    - Mimi Son
    - Elliot Woods

    PRODUCTION STAFF
    - Minjae Kim
    - Minjae Park

    MATHEMATICIANS
    - Daniel Tang
    - Chris Coleman-Smith

    VIDEOGRAPHY
    - [MONOCROM](monocrom.co.kr/)
    - Mimi Son
    - Elliot Woods
    - Music by [Johnny Ripper](soundcloud.com/johnny_ripper)

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  4. Sorry Its Taking So Long. Thank You All For Being Patient Here Is The Intro To The Video..

    Hopefully You Enjoy This .

    Sagan Lockhart .Thank You !!!!!

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  5. Серфинг на Камчатке, видео журнала Surfer с субтитрами на русском.

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