Tag Archives: video

Tokyo Timescape

Beautiful time-lapse video of Tokyo. I specially like the different approach from other timelapses that I saw until now. The mirror effect, the different cameras used and the non conventional view points. It’s really amazing, ++++

Enjoy it!

Tokyo Timescape from Remo Camerota on Vimeo.

Created for the Tommy Hilfiger store gallery wall 2012. Shot on Nikon D700, Canon 5DMII, GoPro HD Hero 1 and 2, Ricoh Digital GRIII.
Created by Remo Camerota, Edited by Hisako Emura, Music By The Rapid Ear Movement (Remo Camerota)

Check more on Remo’s vimeo and whitewallstudios.net

Ansel Adams Post-processing & darkroom

Interesting video about the master Ansel Adams darkroom techniques. As you can see in the video, he used to modify and improve his photographs using handmade techniques invented by himself. He was Photoshopping his pictures when computers were not capable of doing so. There is a scene, where you can see a tool used to underexpose zones of the picture, that resembles pretty much to the brush used in Lightroom. He was a genius of photography.
Also I would like to dedicate this video to all the people that usually criticize the digital manipulation of photography. For that people I want to say “remember that photography is an art by which you can express your story and your feelings”. He was doing so with the tools he had.

Source from : www.silberstudios.tv

Nikon Festival Contest

Explain your day in 140 seconds! Take part into this Nikon Contest, creating a video about your daily life in only 140 seconds (or less) Do you notice something weird in this number?? Exactly! They are the 140 characters of twitter :)

– You can upload your video till next December 15th

What do you need to win?

1. The video’s quality. This doesn’t mean that you have to shoot it with a professional camera, but some quality counts.
2. It has to be original.
3. Your hability to capture your daily life in just 140 seconds.

Beware with the following toxic thought: “My life is too boring to shoot a video about it”, or “who would be interested in what I do?” All of us have something to tell. Our life is unique and original.

By the way, it doesn’t matter the equipment you use. You don’t need your camera to be a Nikon, even your iPhone is okay. The important thing is that you follow the contest rules.