Nightvision is a celebration of the brilliance and diversity of architecture found across Europe. Over the course of three months I journeyed with a friend through 36 cities in 21 countries with the ambition of capturing some of the greatest European structures in a new and unique way. Comprised of thousands of carefully taken photographs, strung together and stabilized in post-production, Nightvision aims to inspire appreciation for these man-made landmarks.
Nightvision would not have been possible without my Kickstarter backers, the support of the American University of Paris community, everyone who helped along the way, and of course, those who designed and built these architectural masterpieces.
Instead of sensationalizing blight, “Lemonade, Detroit” will sensationalize hope, told through the intensely personal stories of people who are actively changing their city.
If you'd like to become an IMDB-credited producer of "Lemonade: Detroit," you can sponsor individual frames of the film. Just visit buyaframe.lemonadedetroit.com to get involved.
And if you have any connections to a marketer that wants to get behind this project, or even a philanthropic rich uncle who wants to generate positive change in Detroit, please download our sponsorship package here: bit.ly/sponsorpackage
Thanks again for all your support. You can follow our progress and see some behind-the-scenes clips from the film on lemonadedetroit.com.
Hope you enjoy the preview.
Director, Producer: Erik Proulx
Producer: Chris Perry
Producer: Laura Hochthanner
Director of Photography: Peter Nelson
Editor: Pete Warren
Editorial: Finish Editorial
Production Company: Ringside Creative
Music: Fancy Lad Music
Title Design and Logo: Stephanie Kohnen
We took a trip to the Mission District in San Francisco, California to talk to Michael Shindler, co-founder of Photobooth. Photobooth serves as both a retail space for classic camera gear, a gallery and most interesting a tintype portrait studio. We talked to Michael about the ins and outs of the tintype process, and the old school methods used to create the stunning portraits.