As a filmmaker living in New York for the first time, I’d grab my Canon 7D and shoot footage of what was going on around me, to try and take in all that was happening. To try and capture the sense of community I felt in a place so large and diverse.
The HDSLR was a great tool for this. It allowed me get in among people and crowds but at the same time not draw attention to myself.
It seemed like a never ending project and you could stay filming life in New York for a long time. But eventually I put my camera down and started to edit. Here’s the end result, it’s a bit rough and tumble but that’s life in the Big Apple I guess.
Turn up the volume or put your in earphones for the beautiful song ‘We Don’t Eat’ by Irishman James Vincent McMorrow.
For those who asked these are the lens I used:
Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Sigma 20mm f/1.8 EX DG RF
Want to see what this concept would look like on your iPhone 5? Watch this demo video on your device: vimeo.com/jessehead/appswitcherdemo
This is a quick demonstration of an iOS switcher concept, aiming to bridge the gap between app switching and multitasking. For more information, I’ve posted my thoughts on my blog (jessehead.co/blog/2013/03/20/ios-app-switcher-concept-multitasking-redesign/), describing the kind of decisions that went into this design concept. If you’re feeling extra generous, please take a second to share this with your friends… would really appreciate it!
Really like Mark’s lengthy (just kidding) write up on making everything an experience. I like to think of all of my interactions with people as being meaningful experiences. Of course, I fail at that, probably more than I would like, but I try to learn.
I think this applies to life, not just web dudes. There’s no stress involved, its not something you try harder at. Its just living from experience to experience with a purpose. That will come out in your work, family life, friendships, every aspect of your life.
Dan Rubin is a designer, photographer, Instagram’er, author and speaker. He runs Webgraph, a small design studio based in the US and UK and he works with clients all around the world. Enjoy!
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In our first development diary, we show you the initial results of our experiments with vehicle AI using road data from a real city. In this example you can see 500 vehicles moving around the city on their own accord.
We have big plans for the AI in ViziCities. This is just the beginning!
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Michael Falco uses his own large-format pinhole cameras to capture the history of the American Civil War while covering reenactments across the country.
The recently started project is being continually updated on Michael’s blog as Civil War anniversaries unfold through 2015.
via Pro Photo Daily