1. Ryan Tatar has made a name for himself with his lo fi photographs using expired or cross-processed film that depict simpler times. Originally from Michigan, he now resides in San Francisco and is busy with international photo exhibitions and editorial and advertising clients when not working at one of the most well known computer companies in the world. In this episode of D-I-Why Not?, Ryan breaks down the basics of analogue photography while on a road trip with Cyrus Sutton and Foster Huntington last summer.

    For more of Ryan's work, check out ryantatar.com/ or his blog Shakas and Singlefins (shakasandsinglefins.com)

    Host
    Ryan Tatar

    Camera
    James Campbell
    Cyrus Sutton

    Edit
    James Campbell

    Producer
    Cyrus Sutton

    Music
    "Nothing's Gonna"
    The Blank Tapes

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  2. Getting content uploaded for my portfolio site. This video was made in September 2007. I decided to revisit the Trentemøller song I used in the original version that I made 7 months prior.

    Made with Processing. Audio by Trentemøller (Miss You off the album The Last Resort).

    s-e-n.ws/cms/index.php?cccpage=pokerflat_releases_detail&set_pokerflat_releases=129

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    facebook.com/EstebanDiaconoMotionGraphics

    estebandiacono.tv

    Official Version: Ólafur Arnalds / Ljósið vimeo.com/6284199

    You can listen to and buy the album at: foundsongs.erasedtapes.com/

    Ljósið composed by Ólafur Arnalds and edited through Erased Tapes Records All Rights Reserved.

    Esteban Diácono

    contact me (and hire me!) @:
    hola@estebandiacono.tv

    linkedin.com/in/estebandiacono
    estebandiacono.tv

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  4. Brilliant Noise by Semiconductor: Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt

    Avaliable on DVD! with 12 alternate soundtracks semiconductorfilms.com/WorldsInFluxDVD.html

    Brilliant Noise takes us into the data vaults of solar astronomy. After sifting through hundreds of thousands of computer files, made accessible via open access archives, Semiconductor have brought together some of the sun's finest unseen moments. These images have been kept in their most raw form, revealing the energetic particles and solar wind as a rain of white noise. This grainy black and white quality is routinely cleaned up by NASA, hiding the processes and mechanics in action behind the capturing procedure. Most of the imagery has been collected as single snapshots containing additional information, by satellites orbiting the Earth. They are then reorganised into their spectral groups to create time-lapse sequences. The soundtrack highlights the hidden forces at play upon the solar surface, by directly translating areas of intensity within the image brightness into layers of audio manipulation and radio frequencies.
    Lots more info here:
    semiconductorfilms.com/root/Brilliant_Noise/BNoise.htm
    ...this version suffers a bit from the internet compression. The original version is much better.

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  5. A day in the life of New York City, in miniature.

    Winner: Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction 2010
    Nominee: Webby Awards 2011 - Best Viral, Best Music
    Official Selection: AFI Fest 2010
    Official Selection: Tiburon Film Festival 2011

    Original Music: composed by Human (humanworldwide.com), co-written by Rosi Golan and Alex Wong.

    Please view in HD and full screen for best effect. For a description of the shoot, camera, lenses and workflow, please see here: http://bit.ly/aFmaPZ

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