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Music: “To Build a Home” by Cinematic Orchestra
Hello! My name is Lucas and I'm Brazilian. Since I arrived in Australia a lot of beautiful things happened in my life, so on the day I turned 30 I decided to celebrate in a special way, being grateful to the people of Sydney. :)
Thank you so much to all my friends who helped make this happen, without you it would not have been possible. And thank you to everyone who lives in Australia, making this country such a wonderful place.
A big hug, Lucas.
If you liked the video, watch the making of!
On the making of you will see funny things that happened while I was giving away the presents: a woman that gave me some bread, a little kid stealing one of the presents from a woman and escaping, a group of friends giving me something, people playing with their gifts, an Aussie girl learning Brazilian Portuguese and more.
And here you’ll find some pictures we took on the day:
The gifts: a Wallabies rugby ball, 30 minute massage voucher, a painting, a skateboard, a scarf, “the doggy bank”, chocolates, bottle of champagne, a teddy bear, a mini tree to hang pictures, a Japanese porcelain tea jar, mini garden tools for kids, scented oil infuser for the home, iTunes music voucher, mini boxer shorts for a new born baby, origami book, “happyland village vet” (toy for a kid), scented soaps and candles, illustrated photo album, a big soft penguin, aromatic moisturizers and shampoos, books, dvds, other toys for kids and more!
Idea, direction and editing: Lucas Jatoba
Cameras: Melanie Hogan, Marcelo Maluf and Lucas Jatoba.# vimeo.com/28878406 Uploaded 307K Plays 1,530 Likes 112 Comments
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Mike Friton is a freelance shoemaker, weaver, paper sculptor and innovator with over 30 years of experience at Nike. His innovations are responsible for many elements of athletic footwear that people wear today. Each of his crafts informs one another and he is constantly exploring the fringes of his field. Mike's work is a great example of how non-traditional methods of exploring one's craft can lead to unique end results.
To find out more about Mike and his work visit fritondesign.com or @mikefriton.
DIRECTOR: Tristan Stoch
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Sean Grasso
SOUND: David Panton
MUSIC BY KEVIN MACLEOD# vimeo.com/59379393 Uploaded 164K Plays 3,427 Likes 79 Comments
Starring: Way Wong
Camera Operators: Jonathan Chin and Crisanto J. Jorda
Production Assistance: Aisha Lopez
Music: Shine by The Album Leaf
Pinhole Camera Design by: Pilný, Kolář and Vyškovský
“Paper, Scissors, Shoot” is a video montage documenting the construction of a pinhole camera by our good friend and architect Way Wong.
For those who don’t know, a pinhole camera is a simplified camera that pulls in light through the use of a hole instead of a lens. Prior to modern cameras, carefully crafted boxes with pinpoint holes and film were the only means by which to produce photographs. Pinhole mechanics made way to modern day dSLR technology and though while heavily outdated, it remains a fun and challenging craft for avid photography enthusiasts.
The pinhole model being constructed in our video is the 1979 “Dirkon” a Czech team’s take on an earlier “Nikon” model. At the boom of photography in the 1970s, three engineers from Czechoslovakia devised an Origami-esque blueprint by which to produce a pinhole camera using ONLY PAPER! The process is far from easy and requires near microscopic cuts, but the result is an ambitious alternative to an otherwise expensive hobby. Notable for its simplicity and public appeal, the Dirkon is a treasured gem in photography history.
...and we hope you enjoy our take on their take.
Please note that the photos shown at the end were NOT taken with the Dirkon camera but are in fact photos from a previous shoot with another film camera. We did not have enough time to develop the actual pinhole photos before production deadline so before you cry “Slander!” and “Fraud,” we concede deliberate product placement.
You have to admit, it looks beautiful though.
If you wish to make your own, you can find the blueprint here!
creativetechs.com/tips/tip_resources/dirkon_en.pdf# vimeo.com/46054966 Uploaded 19.5K Plays 72 Likes 2 Comments