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Plain Sight

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All is not as it seems in this experimental short from Theo Tagholm

Here's an interesting experimental video from London-based filmmaker and motion artist Theo Tagholm (aka Mustardcuffins). Using found, mostly aerial archival footage, Tagholm transformed individual frames so that it looks like still photographs slide across the scenes. The effect is simultaneously charming and perception-altering. "Hiding in plain sight, the photograph skims across the skin of......read more

Above The Wedge

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The Wedge in action brought to you by Air Reel Productions.

Aerial work featuring this legendary break in Newport Beach, CA. "We have always been fascinated by this freak of Nature and wanted to capture from new angles and lightning. Total respect for surfers, bodysurfers and bodyboarders that risk it on every swell to experience the rush of this emblematic wave." (Air Reel Productions)...read more

Above America

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Aerial Footage from Harrison Sanborn

This is a collection of aerial footage which my dad shot in the late 1980's which I recently had re-scanned at 2K resolution. I then edited and color corrected this little piece just for fun. Shot largely on Arri IIC with Eastman Kodak 5247 ...read more

Barcelona Kaleidolapse

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Mirrored, time-lapse photos of Barcelona create a mesmerizing effect

After "Floating City" by Craig Shimala, we are seeing more and more videos that combine time-lapse photography with a mirrored effect to create urban kaleidoscopes. The latest focuses on one of the world's great cities. "Barcelona Kaleidolapse" was pieced together by the team at MyLapse, who portray their Catalan hometown in a mesmerizing new light. For those of you that have been lucky......read more

SHFT TV: 'WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY' at the Annenberg Space

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Meet the minds behind the seminal exhibition of war photos at the Annenberg Space for Photography

WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY, the groundbreaking exhibition of war photos currently on view at the Annenberg Space for Photography, tells the history of military conflict through the lenses of dozens of photographers. It's an important exhibit, one that's sure to alter the consciousness of anyone who visits. In this video, we meet with co-curators Anne Wilkes-Tucker and Will Michels, as well as with a few of......read more

Post Grad Organic Farming

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National Geographic photos captures the infernal early moments of the disaster.

There's a trend afoot. In college campuses across the country there is talk about the evils of industrialized farming, the importance of organics, the beauty of green markets, and the politics of food. More and more kids are opting to intern on organic farms, and due to the burgeoning demand for organic produce bought directly from local farmers, it's a viable field for today's......read more

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