1. A lot of fantastic media has been created about the "Occupy" movement. I was watching one video in particular and commented to a friend, "Wow, seeing all those super smart hot chicks at the protest makes me want to be there." He replied, "Hmmm... Yeah, let's go with that."

    We instantly went to Tumblr and made hotchicksofoccupywallstreet.tumblr.com. Our original ideas were admittedly sophomoric: Pics of hot chicks being all protesty, videos of hot chicks beating drums in slow-mo, etc. But when we arrived at Zuccotti Park in New York City, it evolved into something more.

    There was a vibrant energy in the air, a warmth of community and family, and the voices we heard were so hopeful and passionate. Pretty faces were making signs, giving speeches, organizing crowds, handing out food, singing, dancing, debating, hugging and marching.

    It made me want to pack my bags and pitch a tent on Wall Street. And it's in the light that we created this video.

    And we hope it makes you want to be there too.

    EDIT: Apparently a lot of controversy has erupted online from people passionately opining (among many things) that this is sexist, offensive, and dangerously objectifies women. It was not my intent to do that and I think the spirit of the video, and the voices within, are honorable and inspiring.

    However, if you disagree with me, I encourage you to use that as an excuse to create constructive discussions about the issues you have. Because, to be honest, any excuse is a good excuse to bring up the topic of women’s rights.

    CAMERA: Two Canon 7Ds.
    LENS: 17-55mm, 70-200mm, 18-135mm
    AUDIO: Rode Video Mic Pro
    Shot in 60 fps

    Music: Theme from "Fast, Cheap and Out of Control" by Caleb Sampson

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  2. Comme un navire de verre délicatement posé sur la colline de Fourvière, le restaurant TETEDOIE s’est imposé comme le lieu incontournable de la gastronomie lyonnaise. L’architecture résolument contemporaine du bâtiment s’accompagne, une fois à l’intérieur d’un design chic et épuré, où sont distillées des œuvres d’art gourmandes et colorées.

    Dans ce lieu unique, baigné de lumière, votre regard se laisse courtiser par les lointaines Alpes ou plus près, par la ville de Lyon qui s’offre à vos pieds. Vos yeux enfin rassasiés, vous pourrez vous consacrer avec délices à la cuisine de Christian TETEDOIE. Meilleur Ouvrier de France, honoré d’une étoile depuis plus de 10ans, Christian TETEDOIE vous offre à découvrir une cuisine pleine d’émotions, inspirée par le rythme des saisons, la nature et la beauté des produits qu’elle prodigue. Empreinte de modernité, elle reste pourtant attachée à la tradition et donne lieu à des rencontres aussi exquises qu’audacieuses.

    Directed by Fabien Didelot & Maxence REVELLIN
    Camera 1 : Valentin Naffetat
    Camera 2 : Antoine Mayet
    Camera 3 : Fabien Didelot
    Editing : Julien Malegue
    DOP : Valentin Naffetat
    DA : Julien Humbert
    Executive Producer : Maxence Revellin
    Produced by Wemotion
    Music : _Music_Nachvertonungs archiv

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    La entrevista completa a Javier Vallhonrat de la que ya te habíamos ofrecido un adelanto : La experiencia como recompensa (vimeo.com/57919842)

    Javier Vallhonrat. (Madrid, 1953).

    Profesor del Máster EFTI, Artista, Fotógrafo y Premio Nacional de Fotografía 1995.

    Licenciado en Bellas Artes por la Universidad Complutense (Madrid, 1984), Licenciado en Psicología (Madrid, 2012), Terapeuta Gestalt, y Máster en Psicoterapia Humanista Integrativa, actualmente trabaja en el campo de la investigación de la creatividad, desarrollando asimismo su trabajo como artista.

    En los año 80, inicia una prestigiosa carrera como fotógrafo rprofesional en el ámbito de la moda, publicando en las revistas más prestigiosas del mundo (New York Times, UK Vogue, Vogue Italia o Vogue París), actividad que interrumpe a mediados de la década de 2000.

    En el ámbito de su trabajo personal, ha llevado a cabo a lo largo de tres décadas una extensa reflexión formal, profundizando en el estudio de la fotografía como objeto de reflexión artística, explorando sus límites como lenguaje, y haciéndolo dialogar con la pintura, el vídeo, la performance, la palabra o la instalación.
    Ha recibido numerosos premios y distinciones, entre las que señalamos el Premio Nacional de Fotografía (1995), Premio Bartolomé Ros en PhotoEspaña (2007), Premio de Fotografía Comunidad de Madrid (2009), Premio Villa de Madrid de Fotografía (2009), Silver Award of New York Times Magazine, (1994), Silver Award of Excellence. The Society of Newspaper Design. (1995) y The Art Directors Club 76th Annual Awards, (1997).

    Ha desarrollado una extensa actividad como profesor invitado en numerosas universidades nacionales e internacionales (Austria, Bélgica, Canadá, España, Francia, Finlandia, Italia, Japón, Méjico y Reino Unido) y tiene tras de sí una extensa labor docente y de investigación a lo largo de numerosos cursos, talleres y otros eventos.
    Su obra está presente, entre otros, en el Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía de Madrid, The Beuil Collection en Estados Unidos, Museo de Arte Moderno de París, Museo de Arte Moderno de Filadelfia, Fundación Cartier, (Cahors, Francia), Museo Santa Mónica, Barcelona, Colección Banco de España (Madrid), Maison Européene de la Photo (Paris), The Marsh Collection (Londres), International Polaroid Collection (Boston), Centro Nacional de la Fotografía (París), el Museo Gran Duc Jean de Luxemburgo y el Centro Georges Pompidou, (París).

    Desde 1986, se han publicado quince monografías sobre su trabajo como artista, así como numerosos portafolios y artículos críticos sobre su obra.
    Entre sus principales exposiciones individuales caben destacar las llevadas a cabo en el Museo Santa Mónica en 1966 , en el Tinglado II de Tarragona, Primavera Fotográfica de Barcelona, en 1999, y en el Canal de Isabel II en 2008.

    Entre las colectivas, en el Museo de Arte Moderno de Paris, en 1988, en la Fundación Cartier, Cahors, en 1994, en el Palacio de la Triennale, Milan, en 2001 y en el Museo de Arte Moderno Grand Duc Jean de Luxemburgo, en 2006.

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    Music: "I Will! Rise Above" by Jared C. Balogh (alteredstateofmine.net)

    Vídeo realizado por Eduardo B. Muñoz. ► e-photo.es y Juan Santacruz ► lawebdejuansantacruz.com para EFTI TV ► efti.tv

    The complete interview of Javier Vallhonrat that we already had offered you advancement: The experience as a reward (vimeo.com/57919842).

    Javier Vallhonrat, professor in the Master’s Programme on EFTI, Artist, Photographer, a National Photographer award winner. Javier Vallhonrat (Madrid, 1953). Graduated in Fine Arts and Psychology from Universidad Complutense (Madrid, 1984 and 2012). MA in Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy, he is currently investigating in the field of creativity, which it also allows him to develop his work as an artist.

    In the 80’s, he started his career as professional photographer in the fashion industry, publishing in the most prestigious national and international magazines (New York Times, UK Vogue, Vogue Italy or Vogue Paris), activity which it is interrupted in the mid-2000s.
    In his personal work, he has carried out over the past three decades, an extensive formal reflection, delving deeper into the study of photography as an object of artistic though, exploring his limits as a language, and making it communicate with painting, video, performance, word or installation.

    He has been honored with several awards among, which include the 1995 National Photography Prize of Spain, the Bartolomé Ros Prize PhotoEspaña 2007, the 2009 Madrid Community Photography Award, the Silver Award of the New York Times Magazine, the award of Excellence of the Society of Newspaper Design (1995) and The Arts Directors Club 76t Annual Awards, (1997).

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  4. PeopleForBikes.Org first approached Rabbit Content with the concept of a stationary bicycle that would sit alone on the street. A curious passerby would then take the initiative and jump on, starting to pedal. Massive art murals would descend from rooftops and cover buildings as the wheels began to spin - painting scenes of natural life coupled with urban renewal.

    Rabbit Content and Black Swan immediately saw an element that needed adjustment. Biking is a celebration of movement, freedom, exploration and exercise. Immediately the process shifted to a biker in motion. Stationary murals transformed to moving pieces of art that would manifest as the bike passed locations. With a spark of brilliance an idea was born: live light projection as the art.

    To show the diversity of bike riding culture the single rider became three riders: a daily commuter, a casual rider and BMX riders. Peopleforbikes.org was pleasantly surprised at this iteration of their ideal and the proverbial wheels starting moving for Black Swan director Nick Losq and Rabbit Content co-director Trevor McMahan.

    Animation that bordered on whimsical, innocent and fun became a foundation that the final product was built on. Brian Gossett, an artist whose touch meshed well with Nick and Trevor's vision, was brought in to illustrate the elements.  Under the guidance of design director Bradley Munkowitz, the unique characters began to fit into the theme of renewal: flora and fauna that would provide a stark and bright contrast to the dark and empty concrete jungle.

    By building on bicycle elements (gears, pedals, handlebars, etc…) the natural elements began to take a unique shape that personified the mission.  Black Swan then began the process of breathing life into these elements through animation.  Landscapes were created that would serve to show a lasting and immediate change in the urban environment, as well as the generation of a convergence point where all the varied elements would coalesce into a livable space.  

    Keeping with the theme of nature, a park seemed to be the obvious choice as it combined the elements of lighting and concrete of an urban environment with hills, grass, blooming sunlight and a calm stream. Key to the process of execution was live testing on tech scouts.  Black Swan hit the streets to scout the perfect locations in downtown Los Angeles.  With some test animation the projection height, width and brightness were measured and adjusted per the initial animation tests.

    In order to manifest one of the most important aspects of peopleforbikes.org, COMMUNITY, Rabbit and Black Swan set up a celebration at the point of convergence for the hero bike riders.  Armed with a cadre of DJs and L.A.'s famous Koji BBQ truck, the team managed to swing a sizable crowd to witness, live, the projections that had been painstakingly put together to meet the expectations of the client.

    Two long nights of shoots followed.  With the collaboration of DPs Jackson+Karinja (another part of the Rabbit team), Nick and Trevor took over the streets of downtown. Fluidly moving with the bikers, they captured the fun and free spirit of the ride from the backs of vans, skateboards and free-hand Segways.

    "The altruistic aspect of this job really motivated us to do great work above and beyond.  Additionally, exercising our post muscles in the pre-production stage for live animation projections on shoot day was an exciting experience that, we feel, turned out to be a great success.  Seeing the reactions of the gathered crowd during the shoot and watching the final project really makes me proud to be a part of this." - Nick Losq.

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  5. Первый МК от нашей студии. Спасибо огромное студии «Оригами» за помощь в организации, в частности хотим выразить благодарность Ивану Гончарову за теплый прием и все что он сделал. Также благодарим Наталью Ковалеву за то, что она вложила душу в оформление и стиль мероприятия. Спасибо ребятам, которые снимались в ролике. Мы очень признательны всем нашим участникам за теплые слова после МК. Было очень весело.
    С ребятами мы поделились всем что знаем. Основная задача стояла рассказать доступным языком несложную схему, и показать создания работы от начала до конца на примере стандартных сборов и выездной регистрации. Мы разобрали все по полочкам, это было полезно и для нас в частности тоже.

    Мастер-класс по видеографии от студии "SmileEmotion" vk.com/club737831
    Организатор МК: студия "Origami" г. Набережные Челны vk.com/origamigroup
    Идея и оформление: Ковалева Наталья vk.com/id9658956
    Фото: Руслан и Алина Bosch vk.com/id9158727 и vk.com/id6194344
    Ведущий регистрации: Максим Веденеев
    Модели: Алеся И Сергей)

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