Quad Time is a finalist at the Vimeo+ Awards 2012!! Woo!
A big thank you to all those who voted for us
Imagine music and video playing a game together. And telling stories at the same time. That’s what it’s like to experience a performance by audio-visual collective Origamibiro.
Brace yourself for the full length 'Shakkei' remix album featuring remixes by Plaid, ISAN, Remote Viewer, Set In Sand, Upward Arrows, Melodium, Calika, Offthesky, Last Man on Mars and many more. Due out on May21st
'Shakkei' the second album by Origamibiro is also available to buy online now. Go here for download:
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Finally download our Quad Time Single Release for FREE featuring remixes from Leafcutter John, Joseph Minadeo, Soil and Water, Juxtaphona and Low In the Sky as well as the Quad Time video.
Go here to download: http://origamibiro.com/page17.htm
Darren Heath is a multi award winning photographer specialising in Formula One. His work can be seen on his homepage darrenheath.com.
I sat down with him for a couple of hours in his house in London to talk about his work and what makes him work. Darren talks about his passion for Formula One, how he approaches a racing weekend, what gear he is using and what he wants to bring across in his pictures.
To film I used three cameras, the front view was filmed with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera (BMCC), right side with a Canon 5D mark III and the left side with a Canon 5D mark II. Sound was recorded with a Senheiser ew 122-p G3 feeding a Zoom H4n. Lenses were 50mm f/1.2 L, 85mm f/1.2 L and 24mm f/1.4 L.
This was the first time I used the BMCC and overall I was very pleased, the window highlight recovery was very impressive and helped to balance the light. I could have pulled down the highlights more, but I wanted the footage to mix naturally with the 5Ds. The sharpness of the BMCC is in another league compared to the DSLRs. The interview was shot in RAW to have the highest dynamic range and enable cutting into the image without compromising on the resolution. On the flip side, rendering into ProRes for editing was very time consuming. The BMCC is an impressive camera. It needs to be exposed differently to a DSLR with more light hitting the sensor otherwise the image gets noisy, even when shooting at the native ISO 800. The sensor is also very sensitive to light changes. In total the interview as around 2h and filled 650 GB of space.
The broll was also shot with the BMCC as was the opening and closing shot. The lens used for the open and close was a 200mm f/2.0 L, on the BMCC the focal length changes to 460mm with Darren sitting 1.6m away from the lens.
CAMERA OBSCURA PROJECT - FILM MADE WITHOUT PROJECTOR
This video is a part of a pinhole movie project based on the principle of the Camera Obscura. An apartment is completely darkened. A hole is made in a window, letting lights from outside coming in. Projections are taking place everywhere inside.
Stenop.es is looking for amazing places in order to continue its visual work. Contribute now on stenop.es
STENOPE - FILM REALISE SANS PROJECTEUR
Cette vidéo fait partie d'un projet de film en sténopé basé sur le principe de la Camera Obscura. Un appartement est complètement obscurcit. Une ouverture est réalisée dans une fenêtre, laissant entrer la lumière du dehors. Des projections prennent alors place sur toutes les surfaces.
Stenop.es est à la recherche de lieux originaux à investir pour continuer son exploration visuelle. Contribuez sur le site stenop.es
Pete Eckert is a totally blind person. But through his photography, he proves that he IS a visual person, he just can't see.
Pete was the Grand Prize recipient of the SeeMe Exposure Award in 2008, an international photography competition, and was awarded $2,008 with a formal reception at Leo Kesting Gallery in New York City on Thursday August 7, 2008.
SeeMe is proud to present this truly inspiring portrait of the artist.
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