A Computer Graphics Group from Berlin has created a ball with 36 mobile cameras. The ball is thrown in the air and when it reaches it’s highest point the 36 cameras snap a picture. After uploading the images to the computer you can view everything around you. This camera reminds us of Google’s street view camera, only now it is portable.Follow Most Watched Today on Facebook and you will always have the best online videos.
A video for Androp’s ‘Bright Siren’ required 250 cameras. The cameras were all hooked up to a computer program to create an amazing backdrop. All of the lights are the actual camera and incredibly no computer graphics were used in the creation. The inspiration came from the song, the band envisioned bright lights flickering in the darkness, this is what they developed.
This 2 year old multi-winning award short film, ‘Leave Me’, was written by Ryan Dunlap and Dustin Ballard. The story is about Jack, a recent widower dealing with his grief through his wife’s broken camera. As Jack’s picture is taken by his father, he is somehow transferred into the camera’s moments. When the camera scrolls to the photograph with his wife in the picture Jack asks his father to leave him there.
Keith Loutit from Sydney, Australia has had great success shooting coastal areas by tilt-shift photography. In Bathtub IV Keith collects images of the Sydney harbor, beaches, and a rescue.
Daniel Espírito Santo captures village life near Bombarrel, Portugal. The shots are edited by Pedro Sousa to create the final video they call ‘The Village’. We enjoy this video, it’s interesting to see other parts of the world captured using tilt-shift photography.
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