This project was created with the same spirit that america was founded on. Our intentions are to connect everyone in america through the lens of this camera and social networking sites. We can't do this without you. We want to tell your story and show your city or town through photographs of you, and people you know. As we travel around america looking for people and places to shoot you will be able to keep track of where we are going and help us decide where we go next. Join us in our journey by liking our facebook to get yourself photographed by us.
An extra special thanks to Brandon Rein, Scotty Hoffman and Trevor Atwater.
A short movie about Holgaroid with Fabrizio Caligiuri.
A Holgaroid is a special kind of Holga hack. It involves replacing the usual Holga back with a Polaroid back, which lets you use Polaroid's type 80 or type 100 peel-apart film.
Grand Jury Prize for best documentary short at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival.
Metal-fabricator Neil Youngberg never planned on taking over his grandfather's business and is now faced with passing on his legacy.
In this short-form profile, Skylar Nielsen from Vita Brevis Films interviews Neil Youngberg for the beginning exploration of our "Professional" series. Shot on location in Neil's metal fabrication shop, the 3rd generation craftsman gives a sincere overview of his life's work, dispensing hard-worn wisdom while illuminating the sobering realities of the role private business plays in an ever changing economic landscape. A deeply personal project for all involved, this on-going series seeks to shed-light on forgotten trades and practices in an evolving America.
Caspian: For protection
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: Destined for great things
Bon Iver: Beach Baby
Direction: Skylar Nielsen
Cinematography: Lance Clayton
Title design: Michael Hall
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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“The 360 Project” is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.
There are two components to “The 360 Project” – “Ballet 360” features ballerinas from Canada’s National Ballet School, “Krump 360” features dancers from Northbuck Krump. The two styles of dance represent polemic perspectives in both technique and origin – one is beauty, the other beast.
The resulting images resemble a type of digital statue – a frozen, peak moment, embodying the essence of each dance form in 360 degrees.
BEHIND THE SCENES CREW
Director - Ryan Enn Hughes ryanennhughes.com
Cinematographer - Barry Cheong
Location Sound - Barry Cheong
Timelapse Camera - Arash Moallemi
Set Photographer - Melissa Tait
Editor - Ryan Enn Hughes
Sound Mixing - Zelig Sound zeligsound.com
Additional footage provided by Melissa Tait, Matthew Wilcock, and Ryan Enn Hughes.