OK so I know this is the second tilt-shift, time-lapse video of the week but this one is too good not to share. Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli shot this film at the annual carnival in Rio de Janeiro last year capturing a unique view of these colourful celebrations. Somehow watching events unfold in in high speed and at a tiny scale makes the whole spectacle seem even more impressive. Read the rest of this entry »
These dramatic explosions of colour may look like underwater creatures from another planet but in actual fact they are just splashes of ink dripped into water. Taken from his series Aqueous, Aqueous II and Aqueous Fluoreau, London based photographer Mark Mawson drops brightly coloured inks into a water tank and captures the dramatic dispersal using strobe (specially angled lights that act as a flash). See the full set on his website.
Film and Photography
People and Places
What’s not to love about this video from DWR in conversation with design icon Jens Risom?
Last month we featured the work of Argentine director Fernando Livschitz in our post about his short film Buenos Aires – Inception Park. This is another of his works, this time the location is New York and the scenes are filmed using a time-lapse camera combined with a tilt-shift effect that makes the city appear like an intricate miniature model. Read the rest of this entry »