Urban Architecture

  1. My cinematical approach of capturing this beautiful city.

    I've been to NYC for 7 days and I decided to bring my camera with me. I honestly fell in love with this city.
    My main concept was the approach of capturing the spirit and the diversity of it.

    Shot completely handheld with the Sony A7S + modded Helios 44M-6 and Auto-Aragon 135mm

    Music by Brooklyn based artist NOVELLER:

    sarahlipstate.com
    twitter.com/sarahlipstate
    noveller.bandcamp.com
    last.fm/music/Noveller

    # vimeo.com/178433501 Uploaded 76.5K Plays 136 Comments
  2. Milano City Hyperlapse Time Lapse Italia
    Milan / Italy / 2016
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    Il video "Milano City Hyperlapse Time Lapse Italia" vuole sottolineare, attraverso esposizioni prolungate, la velocità e la frenesia della città e d’altra parte, grazie alla colorazione più satura, evidenziare come la metropoli possa comunque essere esteticamente attraente e fonte d’ispirazione, perché dalla caoticita` scaturiscono idee e si sviluppa la creatività che danno la spinta per proiettarsi verso il futuro, creando delle atmosfere particolari che riescono a rendere quasi “magici” anche i luoghi piu comuni e conosciuti, facendoli sembrare unici e affascinanti.

    Con le immagini di Milano che ho ritratto, voglio far risaltare come la città, pur ponendo le sue basi su una tradizione storica, architettonica, culturale ben radicata, non disdegna la modernità proiettandosi verso il futuro con i suoi nuovi quartieri “Porta Nuova e Isola”.
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    TRAILER: yurysirri.com/portfolios/milanocity-hyperlapse-time-lapse/
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    Video wishes to underline on one hand, through extended exposures, the city’s speed and frenzy and on the other hand, thanks to a more saturated colouring, to point out how the metropolis can still be aesthetically charming and a source of inspiration, creating peculiar atmospheres that can turn into “magical” even the most common and well known places, making them look unique and fascinating. With my own Milan pictures, I aim to show up how the city doesn’t disdain modernity even if laying its bases on a well deep rooted historical, architectural and cultural tradition, projecting itself toward the future with its new quartiers “Porta Nuova” and “Isola”.
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    Over 19.000 shots
    no use of video/slider/drone

    Nikon D700
    Canon 5D Mark III
    sigma 24-70mm
    Canon 24-70
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    Yury Sirri Nakvas
    Time Lapse & Hyperlapse Photographer

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    Website: yurysirri.com
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    E-mail: info@yurysirri.com

    Director, specialized in Timelapse and Hyperlapse shootings and high audiovisual quality video productions. I realize innovative short movies and advertisings and I make available materials to television and cinema platforms.

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  3. How did the art auctions business become a multi-billion-dollar industry? The first film in a series about the art market explores this question, leading viewers through the complex history of auctions, with specific attention to the last 20 years. The film unpacks record-breaking sales, like last week’s epic Jean-Michel Basquiat painting Untitled (1982), hammering in at $51 million, and anomalies such as Ai Weiwei’s Kui Hua Zi (Sunflower Seeds) (2010), which pop up at auction in countless different quantities, making the connection between the auction price and market value of art. Interviews with auction-house specialists, financial analysts, and art-world influencers like Adam Lindemann, Xin Li, Sarah Thornton, Josh Baer, and Don Thompson add personal insight and shape the narrative.

    Auctions launches a four-part documentary series, followed by Galleries, Patrons, and Art Fairs, released weekly through mid-June. Together, the four segments will tell a comprehensive story about the art market’s history and cultural influence, providing an approachable yet nuanced introduction to a extraordinary subject. Visit Artsy.net/art-market-series to watch all the films.

    The series is produced in collaboration with UBS and directed by Oscar Boyson.

    Director: Oscar Boyson
    Editor: Nate DeYoung
    Producer: Sean Barth
    Produced By: Neighborhood Watch Films
    Assistant Editor: Erin DeWitt
    Sound: Colin Alexander
    Music: Jay Wadley of Found Objects Music Production
    Color: Irving Harvey

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  4. Aerial Arterial presents Tokyo from above. Its sprawling nocturnal cityscapes crisscrossed by thruways. It begins with shots atop the world's tallest tower—the Tokyo Skytree—with the expanses of the urban grid illuminated by headlights below. We end closer to the concrete with dizzying loops traced by traffic.

    In between these poles, the massive fiery-hued highways pulse through the wards of Minato and Shinjuku, like veins pumping blood. The towering skyscrapers watch over all, unmoved—soaring sentinels of steel and glass. Not a soul is seen. Only machines.

    The music is minimal. The images need space to breathe. Tender Japanese flavored chords are accompanied by street beeps, night noises and satellite hums. After all, in the metropolis, the crickets are replaced by singing machinery.

    This is an ode to edifices of the great eastern capital. To its atmosphere and infrastructure. A static lullaby for a city on stilts.

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    Aerial Arterial is the first of a three-part series entitled At The CONFLUX, a short film that explores the rhythm of urban Japan and its people.

    Stay tuned for the premiere of part two, “Tokyo Aglow,” on Monday, June 6th.

    Complete gear and location lists can be found at attheconflux.com.

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    I shot this film during two trips to Tokyo that took place in May and June of both 2014 and 2015. Editing began in earnest in November of 2015 along with the composition of the music. I recorded the solo piano part in April at Sound Pure studios in Durham, NC, with the help of recording engineer, Artem Smirnov.

    The timelapses were shot in raw (with a 5D Mark III and a Sony A7s) developed in Lightroom, and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. I composed the music at the piano with paper and pencil, input it into Finale 2014, recorded the music into Pro Tools in two separate recording sessions, added material with Ableton and Max MSP, and completed the final edits in Adobe Audition and Premiere.

    I’d love to know what you think.
    — Justin

    Music and Images © Justin Tierney
    JustinTierney.com | AtTheConflux.com |
    facebook.com/JustinMarkTierney | instagram.com/jtimelapse

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  5. Four days and a wireless screwdriver are all you need to build the structure of a Pop-Up House. The house, compiled of insulating blocks and wooden panels, delivers affordable thermal insulation like you’d never believe.

    Multipod Studio have patented a unique approach to passive construction that delivers outsanding thermal insulation at an affordable cost. No special tools required, the house is assembled using lightweight and recyclable materials for quick installation. The materials used are inexpensive so the cost remains unbeatable and the thermal envelope created means no additional heating is necessary. The first prototype of this new type of passive house, has bloomed in the pine valleys of the South of France.
    The Pop-Up House is an innovative concept that aims to challenge passive house construction.

    Low cost, recyclable and passive, the Pop-Up House has all of the qualities of tomorrow's homes.

    popup-house.com

    # vimeo.com/81180775 Uploaded 3M Plays 36 Comments

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    Integrating technology into the built environment creates endless possibilities for forming bonds between people behind the walls and those passing by. Have a look at this Media Architecture project from Bournemouth, UK: vimeo.com/174479914

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