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Station Park: A Day with Skateboarder Kilian Martin

5 Sep

Station Park: A Day with Skateboarder Kilian Martin

In most skate flicks, all the mistakes and falls are edited out creating the illusion that the skater never falls. The Madrid-based photographer Juan Rayos leaves them in, but in a beautiful way, showing the drive of Kilian Martin to get the trick right and Rayos’ own dedication to capturing a great shot no matter how long it takes.

I’m really loving the light and what the dust in the station adds to the tricks. Enjoy!

Skateboarder, Photographer, Artist Ed Templeton

29 Aug

Skateboarder, Photographer, Artist Ed Templeton

The talented Ed Templeton lets us in on a little of his story and why he always carries his Leica.


Via APhotoEditor & Leica

The Making of the Limited Edition Hermes Leica

11 Jul

The Making of the Limited Edition Hermes Leica

Leica is known for their amazing lenses and excellent hand-craftsmanship. This video takes us behind the veil and shows us the making of the limited edition M9-P Hermés Edition camera that celebrates the friendship and collaboration between photographer Jean-Louis Dumas, the former president of Hermès and Leica Camera AG.


Via Leica

The Camera Collection

3 May

The Camera Collection

Here’s an awesome and fun little camera animation by Antonio Vicentini , with illustrations by Billy Brown and music by Ben Hantoot.


Via @designrelated

Light Painting x Bullet Time

24 Apr

Light Painting x Bullet Time

Photographer Richard Kendall has combined some of the coolest photographic techniques (light painting and bullet time) into an awesome video that showcases light paintings in 360 degrees. Enjoy!


Via @Petapixel

Caines Arcade

17 Apr

Caines Arcade

Caine’s Arcade is a touching short film that centers around the creative and industrious 9-year-old Caine Monroy, who built an elaborate cardboard arcade during the summer at his dad’s auto parts store. The film by Nirvan let’s us in on the best day of Caine’s life … so far.


Via @ugmonk & @Nirvan

New Stop-Motion From Ian Flanigan

16 Apr

New Stop-Motion From Ian Flanigan

About a year-and-a-half ago we featured L.A. photographer Ian Flanigan’s lifestyle photos and a cool stop-motion video of a road trip up the California Coast with his girl. He’s done it again this year, combining over 4,500 photos from a trip to New York to celebrate his Lady’s birthday and Valentine’s day. The video is set to “World News” by Local Natives. Enjoy!


© 2012 Ian Flanigan

TIME ZERO: The Last Year of Polaroid Film

6 Apr

TIME ZERO: The Last Year of Polaroid Film

TIME ZERO (debuting this month) is a documentary film that chronicles the passionate efforts of a small team of photographers who tried to keep instant photography alive. One of our favorite instant film photographers Grant Hamilton is the man behind the project and we couldn’t be happier that the movie is finally ready.

Details:

World Premiere: INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL BOSTON
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2012
@ 12:30PM

Somerville Theatre, Screen 1
55 Davis Square
Somerville, MA 02144
For tickets and info:
www.iffboston.org/2012/index.php


via Azuree Wiitala (@xo_azuree) (@TIMEZEROmovie)

Silver and Light by Ian Ruhter

4 Apr

Silver and Light by Ian Ruhter

The passionate photographer Ian Ruhter has given up his normal life in L.A. to create amazing wet plate images around the country in his converted Van/Camera/Darkroom. Silver and Light is shows some highs and lows of his ongoing journey making one-of-a-kind images, some of which can cost as much as $500 a piece just to produce . Ian and his crew are traveling the country looking for interesting people and places to shoot, so check out there facebook and maybe join in on the fun.

You can see more of Ian’s work on his tumblr: http://ianruhter.tumblr.com/

via @jarrodreno

All Images © 2012 Ian Ruhter.

The Glowing Man

15 Mar

The Glowing Man

Fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton braved three dark nights of -25C temperatures with his Red Epic camera to capture pro snowboarder William Hughes light up the slopes of south eastern France in an L.E.D. suit made by John Spatcher. One of the coolest things about this video is the fact that Hughes is the only light source painting the scene with his weaves and turns… beautiful.

Via Strong Odors Nowness

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