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Karst Country - infra-red timelapse, by  on Vimeo.

IMHO black and white doesn’t get better than this…

This is the motion component of the recent Karst Country exhibition shown at the BAC in Canberra ACT. This infra-red time-lapse footage features the limestone landscapes near Wee Jasper NSW - which were the focus of the Karst Country exhibition’s other prints and paintings - see karstcountry.com

This is only a very short section of a much larger project - in scope, duration and resolution (4K) - that I am currently working on with emerging cloud wrangler James van der Moezel.

The edit and music on this version were influenced by the unique constraints of public display in the specific gallery space - as well as the specific theme of the exhibition and it’s other elements. The evolution of this project will see a final completed piece which will probably vary somewhat in its content and music. We are just starting on this really - and this is the start of the start.

Technical stuff : RED Scarlet / Epic cams… Nikon glass … IR filters (R72) … CS6. Music by David Lawrence.

Note: some BTS, location and exhibition shots on the first three pages here - glenryan.tumblr.com/ - kinda outlines the whole project :)

— 1 year ago
#Black and White  #Blanco y Negro  #B&W  #B&N  #BnW  #ByN  #Infrared  #Glen Ryan  #Infrared Photography  #Timelapse  #Timelapse Photography  #Vimeo  #Video  #Timelapse Video  #David Lawrence  #Nikon  #Karst Country  #Australia  #Canberra  #Belconnen Arts Centre  #Karst Country Exhibition  #Art 

"Crave You", TapTronic’s Remix

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TapTronic is a progressive fusion of Irish dance and electronic music. This is TapTronic’s premier video remixing Flight Facilities (Adventure Club) remix of Crave You.


TapTronic would like to give a special thank you to Surefire Music Group, Bojan Vanovac and Brian Doherty for making this project possible. Enjoy!

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#TapTronic  #Video  #Audio  #Remix  #Crave You  #Twitter  #Facebook  #Irish Dance  #Progressive Fusion  #Fusion  #Electronic Music  #Music  #Flight Facilities  #Adventure Club  #Surefire Music Group  #Bojan Vanovac  #Brian Doherty 

'Intimacy 2.0' Interactive fashion by Studio Roosegaarde

by Daan Roosegaarde | Vimeo

'Intimacy 2.0' by Studio Roosegaarde are interactive, wearable dresses composed of leather and smart e-foils which are daringly perfect to wear on the red carpet.

In response to the heartbeat of each person, ‘Intimacy 2.0’ becomes more or less transparent.

More info at studioroosegaarde.net
and facebook.com/DaanRoosegaarde

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#Fashion  #Technology  #Tech  #New Tech  #New Fashion  #Vimeo  #Video  #Intimacy  #Interactive Fashion  #Daan Roosegaarde  #Studio Roosegaarde  #Wearable  #Leather  #e-foils  #Red Carpet  #Red Carpet Fashion  #Transparent  #Transparent Material  #Facebook 
Will your next iPhone have a 3-D camera?

By Michelle Maltais | Los Angeles Times
The cameras on generation after generation of iPhone have gotten increasingly better. So much so that it’s often the only camera owners carry these days. What could Apple have in mind for the future? The next dimension in iPhone cameras just might be 3-D.
Photos and video on upcoming iOS devices could be shot with what Patently Apple is calling “a killer 3D imaging camera.”
According to an Apple patent filing discovered by PA, the cameras would incorporate laser, RADAR, light-detection and ranging (LIDAR) sensors for detecting depth as well as sensors for more intense color accuracy.
And, get ready to geek out just a little more: The patent filing indicates the cameras would also be able to recognize facial expression and gestures. Talk about a smart phone.
PA explains: “Facial gestures may include, but are not limited to, smiling, grimacing, frowning, winking, and so on and so forth. In one embodiment, this may be accomplished by detecting the orientation of various facial muscles using surface geometry data, such as the mouth, eyes, nose, forehead, cheeks, and so on, and correlating the detected orientations with various gestures.”
If iPhone 3D comes to fruition, it wouldn’t be the first 3-D phone to hit the market. HTC’s Evo already broke the 3-D barrier.
But the possibilities for this technology on iPhones and iPads are myriad. It would be a significant upgrade from the 8-megapixel camera on the iPhone 4S and the 5 megapixel iSight camera on the new iPad. It might actually justify awkwardly holding up an iPad to shoot photos or video.
Now, before you go stand in line for the as-yet-unannounced new iPhone to get your hands on a palm-sized 3-D smartphone, remember that this is just a patent filing — not a promise to deliver.
That said, as long as it doesn’t diminish battery life, a 3-D camera would put that crystal-clear Retina display to pretty good use, don’t you think?

Will your next iPhone have a 3-D camera?

The cameras on generation after generation of iPhone have gotten increasingly better. So much so that it’s often the only camera owners carry these days. What could Apple have in mind for the future? The next dimension in iPhone cameras just might be 3-D.

Photos and video on upcoming iOS devices could be shot with what Patently Apple is calling “a killer 3D imaging camera.”

According to an Apple patent filing discovered by PA, the cameras would incorporate laser, RADAR, light-detection and ranging (LIDAR) sensors for detecting depth as well as sensors for more intense color accuracy.

And, get ready to geek out just a little more: The patent filing indicates the cameras would also be able to recognize facial expression and gestures. Talk about a smart phone.

PA explains: “Facial gestures may include, but are not limited to, smiling, grimacing, frowning, winking, and so on and so forth. In one embodiment, this may be accomplished by detecting the orientation of various facial muscles using surface geometry data, such as the mouth, eyes, nose, forehead, cheeks, and so on, and correlating the detected orientations with various gestures.”

If iPhone 3D comes to fruition, it wouldn’t be the first 3-D phone to hit the market. HTC’s Evo already broke the 3-D barrier.

But the possibilities for this technology on iPhones and iPads are myriad. It would be a significant upgrade from the 8-megapixel camera on the iPhone 4S and the 5 megapixel iSight camera on the new iPad. It might actually justify awkwardly holding up an iPad to shoot photos or video.

Now, before you go stand in line for the as-yet-unannounced new iPhone to get your hands on a palm-sized 3-D smartphone, remember that this is just a patent filing — not a promise to deliver.

That said, as long as it doesn’t diminish battery life, a 3-D camera would put that crystal-clear Retina display to pretty good use, don’t you think?

— 2 years ago
#Los Angeles Times  #LA Times  #Times  #Business  #Technology  #New Tech  #New Technology  #iPhone  #Apple  #Michelle Maltais  #3D  #3D Camera  #Camera  #Photography  #iOS  #Video  #Photos  #Patently Apple  #3D Imaging Camera  #Apple Patent  #Laser  #RADAR  #LIDAR  #HTC Evo  #iPad  #iPhone 4S  #iSight 

Yosemite HD

by Project Yosemite on Vimeo

This video is a collaboration between Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty. All timelapses were shot on the Canon 5D Mark II with a variety of Canon L and Zeiss CP.2 Lenses.

Project Yosemite Website: projectyose.com
Contact info: info@projectyose.com

Thanks to Dynamic Perception for their motion controlled dolly and continued support!

Dynamic Perception Website: dynamicperception.com

Track: Outro
Album: Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming
Artist: M83
Site: ilovem83.com
Publishing: emimusicpub.com
Licensing: bankrobbermusic.com

This whole project has been an amazing experience. The two of us became friends through Vimeo and explored a shared interest in timelapsing Yosemite National Park over an extended period of time. We’d like to expand this idea to other locations and would appreciate any suggestions for a future project.

Project Yosemite will have an in-depth interview as a main story featured on Yosemite National Park’s Spring Newsletter. Sign-Up for a copy here: bit.ly/wnfUr9

To view this in 2K, visit: youtu.be/OwFbjJasW3E
Be sure to change the quality settings to ‘Original’.

Twitter:
twitter.com/#!/SheldonNeill
twitter.com/#!/delehanty

Facebook:
facebook.com/sheldon.neill
facebook.com/delehanty

Behind The Scenes: vimeo.com/35223326
By Dalton Runberg

Our hearts go out to the families of Markus Praxmarer who lost his life while climbing Half Dome on September 19th, 2011 and Ranger Ryan Hiller, who was crushed by a tree January 22nd 2012. They will be missed. (A photo of Ranger Ryan Hiller can be found to the right, above the statistics counter)

— 2 years ago with 5 notes
#Video  #Vimeo  #Yosemite  #HD  #High Definition  #Project Yosemite  #Sheldon Neill  #Colin Delehanty  #Canon  #Timelapse Photography  #Cinematography  #Time-lapse  #Canon 5D Mark II  #Dynamic Perception  #Outro  #Hurry Up  #We're Dreaming  #M83 

ISS Video: NASA Releases ‘Up The East Coast Of North America’ (Time-Lapse VIDEO)

This is what North America looks like from about 220 miles above the Earth’s surface.

The video, composed of a series of pictures taken aboard the International Space Station in January, begins as the ISS travels over the Gulf of Mexico, according to NASA. As it makes its way along the Gulf coast, lights from New Orleans and Mobile, Ala. can be seen before the Florida panhandle becomes visible.

As the ISS continues up the East Coast of the U.S., Washington, D.C., Baltimore, New York City and the Massachusetts coastline come into view. An amazing aurora borealis display becomes visible as the video comes to a close near Newfoundland, Canada.

The ISS orbits at a speed of around 17,000 miles per hour. To give you an idea of how fast that is, the still images used to make this video were taken between 12:33 a.m and 12:48 a.m. EST. Yes, that’s only 15 minutes.

NASA has released many time-lapse videos taken from the ISS, but parts of this video are supposed to be more representative of the space station’s speed.

From the NASA-Johnson Space Center:

Some of these sequences of frames were taken at the rate of one frame per second, therefore the slower speed of the video represents a closer resemblance to the true speed of the International Space Station than previous videos.

Interested in more views from the International Space Station? Check out the Milky Way over Africa and The Journey Home.

What else can you see in the video?
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#Huffington Post  #NASA  #National Aeronautics and Space Administration  #ISS  #International Space Station  #East Coast  #Time-lapse  #Video  #Photography  #Time-lapse Video  #Time-lapse Photography  #Space  #Astronomy  #Earth  #North America  #Gulf of Mexico  #Gulf Coast  #New Orleans  #Mobile  #Florida  #Washington  #Baltimore  #New York City  #Massachusetts  #Canada  #Mexico  #Yucatan Peninsula  #Yucatan  #Newfoundland  #Orbit 

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(Source: youtube.com)

— 2 years ago with 2 notes
#Jesse Rosten  #Video  #YouTube  #Fotoshop  #Adobe  #Photoshop  #Beauty  #Beauty Products  #Photography  #Editing  #Modeling  #Beauty Secrets  #Fashion  #Fashion Photography  #Videographer  #Cinematographer  #Cinematography 

The Journey Home

A beautiful and mesmerizing series of time-lapse videos taken by astronaut Ron Garan during his last weeks aboard the International Space Station, this must-see montage is made all the sweeter by a score from Peter Gabriel and an intro from Ron himself.

Ron wrote in his blog entry on FragileOasis.org:

Although the International Space Station travels at 17,500mph, orbiting the Earth every 90 minutes, time-lapse photography speeds up our apparent motion considerably.

The flashes of light you see throughout the video is lightning captured by the individual frames of the photography. Yet, only a small percentage of the actual lightning is captured in the imagery. While the video is sped up, I think it still accurately captures the paparazzi-look of lightening storms as we see them from space.

While still onboard the ISS, Peter Gabriel and I brainstormed some ideas for using this type of imagery to help tell the Fragile Oasis story. The possibilities are truly exciting, and I can’t wait to see where this leads. I hope it will help people follow our missions not as spectators, but as fellow crewmembers, inspired to help improve life on our planet.

Be sure to visit the site for a full description of how the photos were taken!

Video: NASA/Ron Garan. Music courtesy of Peter Gabriel and Walt Disney Records (All rights reserved.)

Producing time-lapse video onboard the International Space Station while orbiting 250 miles above the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour helps people follow along on our missions, not as spectators, but as fellow crewmembers. — Ron Garan, NASA Astronaut, Expedition 27 & 28

For the whole story: fragileoasis.org

Photography from the International Space Station:
Expedition 28 Crew

Editing in Space: Ron Garan
Editing on Earth: Chris Getteau, Todd Sampsel, Dylan Mathis

Sequences:

1:06 Europe to the Indian Ocean
1:35 United States of America
2:01 Aurora Australis over Madagascar
2:26 Central Africa to Russia
2:44 Europe to the Middle East
3:00 Hurricane Katia
3:10 New Zealand to the Pacific Ocean
3:38 Northwest U.S. to South America
4:10 Aurora over Australia
4:34 North America to South America
5:05 Mexico to the Great Lakes
5:16 Hurricane Irene
5:22 California to Hudson Bay
5:38 Tanzania to Southern Ocean
6:00 Central Africa to the Middle East
6:15 Chile to Brazil
6:25 Africa to the Mediterranean Sea
6:37 Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan

With sincere thanks:

“Downside Up”
Written by Peter Gabriel
Performed by Peter Gabriel (feat: Melanie Gabriel)
(P) 2011 Peter Gabriel Ltd
Published by Real World Music Ltd.
Courtesy of petergabriel.com

“Down To Earth”
Performed by Peter Gabriel
Music by Peter Gabriel & Thomas Newman / Lyrics by Peter Gabriel
Published by: Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI)/Pixar Music (BMI)
L.A. sessions Produced by Thomas Newman
Produced by Peter Gabriel
Recorded by Richard Chappell
Mixed by Tchad Blake
(P) 2008 Walt Disney Records/Pixar

— 2 years ago
#The Journey Home  #Fragile Oasis  #Time-lapse Video  #Time-lapse  #Video  #Vimeo  #ISS  #International Space Station  #NASA  #National Aeronautics and Space Administration  #Ron Garan  #Peter Gabriel  #Earth  #Space  #Science  #Time-lapse Photography  #Photography  #Walt Disney Records  #Pixar  #Expedition 27  #Expedition 28  #Chris Getteau  #Todd Sampsel  #Dylan Mathis  #Melanie Gabriel  #Down To Earth 

“In Your Arms” by Kina Grannis

by Michael Zhang | PetaPixel

22 months
2,460 frames
1,357 hours
30 people
288,000 jelly beans

Want to see what pure dedication looks like? This music video for the song “In Your Arms” by Kina Grannis is a stop-motion animation done with a background composed of jelly beans. It’s a crazy project that required 22 months, 1,357 hours, 30 people, and 288,000 jelly beans. They could have used CGI, of course, but each frame was carefully created by hand and photographed with a still camera. It’s even more mind-blowing given this fact: none of it was done with a green screen.

Here’s an interesting behind-the-scenes look into how it was made:

All this for a 3-minute video that most people will quickly move on from when it’s over. That’s dedication.

(Source: petapixel.com)

— 2 years ago
#In Your Arms  #Kina Grannis  #Music  #Video  #YouTube  #PetaPixel 

Hurricane Rina Caught on ISS Cameras

by NASAtelevision | YouTube

External cameras on the International Space Station captured views of Hurricane Rina at 2:39 p.m. EDT on Oct. 25, 2011, as the complex flew 248 miles over the Caribbean Sea east of Belize. The late season hurricane, which continues to intensify, was located 300 miles east-southeast of Chetumal, Mexico, barely moving west-northwest at a glacial three miles an hour. Rina is packing winds of 105 miles an hour, and is forecast to intensify to a major hurricane as it approaches the Yucatan Peninsula. Hurricane warnings have been issued for the Yucatan from north of Punta Gruesa, Mexico, to Cancun.

— 2 years ago with 3 notes
#Video  #YouTube  #NASA  #National Aeronautics and Space Administration  #ISS  #International Space Station  #Space  #Science  #NASA TV  #YouTube Channel  #Hurricane  #Hurrican Rita  #Caribbean Sea  #Belize  #Chetumal  #Yucatan  #Yucatan Peninsula  #Punta Gruesa  #Mexico  #Cancun