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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Timelapses

As promised here is the timelapse of the window from my BFA show.


And as a bonus here is a test timelapse I did with my new D800.


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Yosemite Bouldering Project

This is what I made for a 16mm film class I've been taking. I certainly envisioned something more... in focus. Also, it was transfered with a low quality in-house telecine, but it was free so I can't complain too much. I think I learned most that, as appealing as film sounds, it doesn't work well with the things I want to use it for. Climbing being just one.


Oh well.

Film Loop Documentation

It's been a while since I've updated so I thought I would take the opportunity to post this video, showing my 16mm film loop projection, that I've been sitting on for a while. I've got no excuse for not uploading it sooner, just slipped from my mind and I forgot all about it.


The loop of film consists of two alternating frames. One of an intact cup, and the other of the same cup smashed. The two frames blend together, appearing superimposed as they are projected at 18 fps.



The result reflects the two glass plate negatives that were mounted on the wall on either side of the projection.


I also still (think I) have a timelapse of the light through the window in my show. I'll be uploading that soon if I can find it.