Great Photos of the model GiGi Hadid
Korean artist JeeYoung Lee creates worlds of surreal beauty and mystery in her tiny 3 meter x 6 meter studio in the Mangwon-dong neighborhood of Seoul. The 30-year-old documents her dreams, memories, and emotions by building thematic sets, and photographing herself as a character in their narrative. The otherworldly images, which were recently exhibited at the Opiom Gallery in France, portray a tangible representation of the artist’s imagination, and make it hard to believe that she builds the scenery herself, and doesn’t use Photoshop.
Camp 4 Collective is an adventure film production group with clients like RedBull, The North Face, and National Geographic, so they are often found at the edge of the world, camera equipment in tow. Recently, some of the Camp 4 team traveled to Alaska to shoot some aerial footage. In this video, Anson Fogel explains the Cineflex helicopter camera system, and in the full post he and Tim Kemple answer my questions about its controls, production costs, and what it’s like to play in helicopters.
Nice slideshow composition of people on the street. Great examples of photo editing and using digital filters.
Have you ever wanted to interview someone to tell their story or share their point of view? Do you know how to make a subject feel comfortable in front of a camera? Or how to make sure you’ll get the best material out of the time and resources that you have? What’s your mother’s maiden name?
Ok last question: Do you know how to shoot an interview? If your answer is no, then this is the Video School lesson for you! Watch this video and read on. You’ll be the one asking questions in no time!
An experimental short film that captures the transmutation of dead Joshua Trees into works of art as a way to explore change and renewal. Created for “Hello, Again,” an initiative by Lincoln Motor Company that asks filmmakers to reimagine the familiar into something fresh and new. Set in the magical high desert of Southern California, “War Paint for Trees” takes a surreal and unexpected journey that is deeply personal and intensely cosmic.
Watch the "War Paint for Trees" behind-the-scenes film: vimeo.com/channels/helloagain/64641391
Created by Jeff Frost
Assistance – Stephanie Alva
Music – "Transmutation of Death II" by Jeff Frost
My Amazing Parents
Produced by The Lincoln Motor Company