A unique view of San Francisco’s Mission District shot by video producer Eddie Codel. Using a GoPro Hero 3 equipped aerial robot (the DJI Phantom quadcopter), Codel shot a “drone’s eye view” video of San Francisco’s Mission District. Amazing!
To see Codel’s aerial drone video of Burning Man 2013, click here.
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“The Art of Portrait Photography” by PBS Arts: Off Book“ is a very inspiring video on portrait photography.
From its makers:
“Humans have been creating likenesses of each other for thousands of years, but with the introduction of photography, a new language developed for capturing the human image. Photography . . . → Read More: An inspiring video on portrait photography by PBS Arts: Off Book
I love the quote from this video – “Photography is the only tool that can stop time.”
“Everybody Street” is an inspiring documentary about the lives and work of some of New York City’s most well-known street photographers. This short video does a wonderful job of capturing the grittiness of the city as . . . → Read More: “Everybody street” a documentary about street photography in New York City
San Franciscans may curse the Fog but it sure makes for some breathtaking photography. Photographer Simon Christen spent over two years capturing these shots which he composed into a brilliant timelapse video (view it at the bottom of this post). Waking up at the crack of dawn (5am), Christen would drive 45 minutes to . . . → Read More: “Adrift” a timelapse video of the San Francisco Fog by Simon Christen
Nature is an amazing artist. To document Nature’s hand, filmmaker Samuel Orr made this time-lapse video showing a forest changing over the course of a year. Orr composed this movie using 40,000 still images taken from the front window of a house over a 15 month period.
For more details on how the filmmaker created this . . . → Read More: A time-lapse video showing a forest changing over the span of a year by Samuel Orr
(A Day in India from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo)
India has got to be one of the most sensory-overloaded places I have ever visited. In the short film “A Day in India,” Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine compressed their three week stay in India into one very fast-paced day. Given that . . . → Read More: “A Day in India” a short film by Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine
(Bay Bridge Construction Time-Lapse, 2009-2012)
For the past three years I have been crisscrossing the SF Bay Bridge. Whenever I head West towards SF, I peer out of my car hoping for a view of the enormous construction effort underway to build the new eastern span. A glimpse here. A fraction-of-a-second look there. Nothing . . . → Read More: A time-lapse video of the construction of the San Francisco Bay Bridge 2009-2012
(Moonwalk from Bryan Smith on Vimeo)
American free climber Dean Potter walks a highline across two peaks at Yosemite while the sun is setting and the moon is rising. Unbelievable.
Adventure filmmaker Bryan Smith shot this from over 1 mile away. The highline was placed at Cathedral Peak, which is part of the Cathedral . . . → Read More: “Moonwalk” an amazing video of Dean Potter walking a highline across Cathedral Peak in Yosemite
Tokyo Living from MasayaSugimura on Vimeo.
Tokyo. A mixture of the young/old, modern/traditional, East/West. And it all flows together seamlessly in this time-lapse video by Masaya Sugimura. Enjoy!
2012. 366 days. 366 seconds. from Jonathan Britnell on Vimeo.
Jonathan Britnell filmed one second of every day in 2012 to create this video. Lovely!