On July 7 and 8 I had the pleasure of attending the Fine Art Long Exposure Photography workshop organized by Marc Koegel and Joel Tjintjelaar in Domburg, The Netherlands. I was shooting some behind-the-scenes footage, and the (very) short film above was created from some of those shots. My goal was to give the various shots a look that you would normally only get from a long exposure photograph, but in motion.
Written & Directed by Nick Ryan
Starring Toby Kebbell and Christian Brassington
A British fighter pilot pursues the german ace that shot down his friend across sky and country… with murder in mind. But he discovers it’s not so easy to kill a man when you have to look them in the eye..
This was funded by an Irish Film Board scheme called ‘Short Cuts’ and was shot in November 2007. The Budget was €70K, and was used entirely on the live action components of the film – leaving a grand total of ZERO for visual effects!
I completed all the visual effects shots, over 120 in total, entirely by myself here at Image Now Films. Dave Head modelled the aircraft (and truck), but I textured, lit, animated and composited the shots over a six month period in 2008.
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Vincent Motorcycles was a British manufacturer of motorcycles from 1928 to 1955. Their 1948 Black Shadow was at the time the world’s fastest production motorcycle. In 1955 the company discontinued motorcycle production after experiencing heavy financial losses.
Rare Kodachrome video shows bustling Manhattan, New York City, Summer 1939. Rarely seen recently surfaced amateur movie, filmed by a French tourist, Jean Vivier, in 16mm Kodachrome. Great conservation state and incredible quality. Score added (Demo Only) in 2013 by ROMANO-ARCHIVES (DJ Kirill Sergeew – 2 Minutes 38 Seconds To Kiss). Encoded by ROMANO-ARCHIVES.
Romano told the Huffington Post that the fascinating clippings were part of a larger film Vivier had shot. Additional footage of the Frenchman’s voyage on the S.S. Normandie can also be seen on Romano’s site. At the time it was filmed, there was no audio available, so viewers will have to use their imaginations for what the 1939 sounded like.
Jill Greenberg “The Manipulator” is one of the more popular photographers of her era, however she is also one of the most controversial ones too. Her exhibit, called End Times, shows photos of various kids crying as if something terrible had happened.
How does she get these shots, you might ask? One photography enthusiast revealed photographer’s rather cruel way of making her models cry – Greenberg gives them lollipop and then quickly takes it away. Once people realized this, many condemned her for such methods. Others, however, say that kids cry all the time, and there’s no harm in it.