Complete movie edition that gathers the four chapters that composed Endless Roads.
7 female riders, 1 van, 15 days, 4.300 km, 416 GB of raw material… This film documents the adventure of the trip, portraying the girls, their lifestyle and their passion for longboard.
Versión completa que reúne los cuatro capítulos que compusieron Endless Roads.
7 riders, 1 furgoneta, 15 días, 4.300 km, 416 GB de imágenes… Esta película documenta la aventura de un viaje, retrata a sus protagonistas y muestra su pasión por el longboard.
Second camera operators: Nacho González, Raúl Serrano (Ra), Xito Sánchez
Production team: Valeria Kechichian, Jacky Madenfrost, Carlota Martín, Mónica Madenfrost, Jesus Asensio (Chus), Raúl Serrano (Ra)
"El Rancho" - Corizonas
"George" - The Casters
"The Falcon Sleeps Tonight" - Corizonas
"Death And Above" - Eric Fuentes
"The Bag" - Tuya
“La la la” - Anni B Sweet
“George” - The Casters
“Sabor a fresa” - Alfonso Santisteban
“The girl from Spain” - Alfonso Santisteban
"Tema de amor" - Carlo Coupe
"Hold Your Maker's Hand" - Joe la Reina
"Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen, BWV 51" - Johann Sebastian Bach
"Cake" - Tuya
"Killingberry Blues" - Joe la Reina
"Confusion" - Cycle
"Appalooza" - Joe la Reina
Please note: ISS Tronized is now part of a spectacular ISS Documentary: "ISS Image Frontier - making the invisible visible" - with Dr. Don Pettit / NASA Astronaut! vimeo.com/61083440!
--- Do you remember 1982's "TRON" movie? The plot: A computer programmer (epic: Jeff Bridges) is digitized inside the software world of a mainframe computer, where he interacts with various programs in his attempt to get back out. I loved the light cycle races and strange solar wind ships...
Back in the real word the ISS is in a way one of these solar ships, constantly rotating around us. A tiny white spot, as it can be seen racing over the sky from time to time, when illuminated by the sunset (and sunrise ;).
This Video was achived by "stacking" image sequences provided by NASA from the Crew at International Space Station (see also fragileoasis.org/blog/2012/3/on-the-trails-of-stars/). These "stacks" create the Star Trails, but furthermore make interesting patterns visible. For example lightning corridors within clouds, but they also show occasional satellite tracks (or Iridium Flashes) as well as meteors - patterns that interrupt the main Star Trails, and thus are immediately visible.
The many oversaturated hot pixels in some of the scenes are the inevitable result of ultrahigh ISO settings the Nikon D3s in ISS-use are pushed to for keeping exposure times short by all means (owed to the dramatic speed the ISS travels). As there are no dark frames or RAW data currently available, hot pixels are not easy to remove.
After the initial stacking, all images have been sequenced with Apple Motion and the Video cut and edited with Final Cut Pro X. Stacking done with StarStaX, get it here: markus-enzweiler.de/software/software.html
Finally, please also be aware of the growing issue of light pollution (plightwithlight.org/index.php?id=49&L=1) one can see in many of these scenes! Support IDA (darksky.org) on their challenge to preserve the night sky for us and our children, on reducing energy waste! And don't forget, it is your tax money that lights up the sky!
Oh, and visit my friends at the UNESCO Project TWAN (twanight.org) for some of the coolest nightsky images and videos on our planet! One people, one sky!
Always believe in your dreams and make it possible!
All the best,
PS: At about 1:42 you see Comet "Lovejoy" rising...
Archive is a documentary focused on the future of long-term digital storage, the history of the Internet and attempts to preserve its contents on a massive scale.
Part one features Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive and his colleagues Robert Miller, director of books, and Alexis Rossi, director of web collections. On a mission to create universal access to all knowledge, the Internet Archive’s staff have built the world's largest online library, offering 10 petabytes of archived websites, books, movies, music, and television broadcasts.
The video includes a tour of the Internet Archive’s headquarters in San Francisco, the book scanning center, and the book storage facilities in Richmond, California.
Directed by Jonathan Minard
Cinematography by John Behrens, Alexander Porter, and Fearghal O'dea
Produced at the Internet Archive on October 22-26, during the Books in Browsers Conference and 10 Petabyte Celebration. Project supported by Eyebeam