1. on a cloudy sunday afternoon, I took a ferry across the harbor and slacked at the apple store


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    my first timelapse video attempt http://flic.kr/p/bCU4VZ/lightbox

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    • Sydney Sunrise


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      Sunrise over Sydney Harbour, Sunday 11 March 2012. Music "Photosphere" by Charles Atlas - www.charles-atlas.com

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      • View from the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter,Hong Kong


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        I wanted to test out the iFrame mode of the Canon G1 X and a build up of clouds today was a good opportunity.

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        • Flinter Cargo


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          Director: Arjen Slings Camera.: Tom Driesen, Harm Griekspoor, Arno Bosma, Jelle Mulder, Mark Huisman Editor: Rutger Hesseling Music: Lex van der Schans Production: Arjen Slings en Boudewijn Visser Producer: Chiem van Houweninge jr. Agency: Joost Hartman Client: Flinter

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          • Wellingtoy


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            A time lapse video shot in one of the weekends in the capital of New Zealand. Shot with GoPro Hero2 Music: Telepopmusic - Breathe

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            • Sydney Time Lapse in The Rain


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              A time lapse I made in Sydney on a dark, rainy night..

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              • Volendam


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                It seems important to evaluate film as evidence. This can be achieved by understanding more about the process of filmmaking by investigating how the content and nature of a film can be determined by editing, use of montage, choice of camera angles, target audience and so on. Therefore, we must consider how films are produced in order to ask what they can tell us. We must study what films show us and how they show it.

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                • Amsterdam East-end


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                  In American radio, film, and television, walla is a sound effect imitating the murmur of a crowd in the background. A group of actors brought together in the post-production stage of film production to create this murmur is known as a walla group. According to one story, walla received its name during the early days of radio, when it was discovered that having several people repeat the sound walla in the background was sufficient to mimic the indistinct chatter of a crowd. Nowadays, walla actors make use of real words and conversations, often improvised, tailored to the languages, speech patterns, and accents that might be expected of the crowd to be mimicked. Walla is called rhubarb in the UK and rabarreber in Holland, perhaps in part reflecting the varying textures of crowd noise in the different countries.

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                  • Bristol Time-lapse, February 2012


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                    Quick-n-dirty tilt shifted time-lapse video of footage I shot whilst wandering around Bristol on a (rare) sunny Sunday.

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                    • A New Passage To India


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                      Was machen Studenten der Geisteswissenschaften eigentlich? Sie diskutieren und entdecken die Bedeutungsebenen von Artefakten, die Kulturen und Gesellschaften produzieren. Ein Team von Studenten und Promovierenden aus Indien und Deutschland erforschen derzeit den "Interkulturellen Topos Hafenstadt" in Filmproduktionen aus Hamburg und Bollywood (Mumbai). Dieser Dokumentarfilm zeigt die erste Reise nach Mumbai, die Zusammenarbeit, die Bedeutung von Häfen für Städte und in Filmen und gibt außerdem Einblick in Forschungsergebnisse. -------------------------------------------------------- What do students of arts and humanities do? They discuss and discover products and artifacts of cultures and societies to reveal their meanings. A group of students and Ph.D. candidates from India and Germany search after films from Hamburg and Mumbai. They are looking to define the "Intercultural Topos Harbour Town". This short documentary shows the process and some first results of the research. Images of both harbour towns, the meaning of the harbour for the city and in films as well as the intercultural teamwork is presented.

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