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Watch me make Winnie The Pooh move with facial motion. Artist JamesKuhn. New version with sound on youtube:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieNYe7XJDcc

Good work if you can get it...

“Collaboration”

***To see my beautiful and talented friend Sammy's video check out her stream HERE

 

Also D sang the song for me and you can check out one of his CD's here: DELVIS on iTunes

 

So today’s upload is different than all my other pics fro my 365..

A.Because it is not a pic it is a video

B.It’s my first collaboration project on Flickr

  

I did this project with my “Flickr BFF” ;) I met Sammy online at the beginning of her 365 project and was so beyond impressed with her talent! She has helped me so much through my 365 with constant inspiration, kind comments on all my photos, and brainstorming/discussing ideas about photos and life outside of photos too. I have learned so much from her and feel like it was fate that we started our 365’s around the same time because I made a true friend with her. This is #1 reason why I love flickr …every day you get to be inspired by people’s creativity who share a similar passion as you and everyone is so generous with their kind words and positivity. Thank you all so much for your support with my project and please if you haven’t checked out Sammy’s stream go take a look at her impressive work..her attention to detail is mind blowing!

 

Sammy came up with the idea for the collab project. She wanted to try a video portrait and gave me links to some great ones on Flickr and the celebrity photographer who does it with celebrities..

www.tylershields.com/portfolio/videoportraits/

 

Now I have taken some video’s of D singing and I have been in D's music videot, but I have never taken a video of myself (besides a small one on my cell phone when I was on massive amount of pain meds in the hospital..haha)

This was an extreme challenge for me for these reasons

1.I had no idea what I was doing

2.I couldn’t grasp lighting for video shooting (and I don’t think I had the right lighting)

3.I had a very hard time getting video cam to focus (which was strange since I don’t have many issues with that doing selfies??!!.. my first attempts came out completely blurry or chopped off my head (It doesn’t help that I have a broken tripod..haha)

4. I have ADD (seriously) sitting still starting at a video camera was literally too hard for me ;) and also completely akward..I had no idea what to do..and I was alone in apt doing this so I am not sure why I felt so darn uncomfortable... but it was nerve-wracking….I eneded up with a 4 minute take….and chopped it to 90 sec for flickr but I could not hold one pose….so I reverted to my “classic” photo poses which I felt was the thing to do because it captures me

5.I have no idea how to edit videos so I played around with iMovie on my computer and did the best I could (ps. I DID THIS VIDEO IN REVERSE .. to make it a little more interesting so technically my video is backwards

6.My bangs are too long and we wanted the focus to be our eyes and with the humidity and my long bangs my hair became a nightmare (haha) seriously I had to keep pushing my bangs out of the way and they were driving me crazy I almost cut them and I am not going to even start with my hair blowing up to be a frizzy mess..haha

  

I choose the song Wicked Game to be my background song (but I had D sing it because it made it more me too ) Thank you D xxoo .. Wicked Game is one of my all time most favorite music videos and I think the song is just freakin awesome! ☺

 

Since I just wrote 20 paragraphs under this I am going to only do one fun fact today. One of my flickr friends is doing a print giveaway and in the comment section she wanted people to tell one thing about themselves..this is what I wrote and I wanted to share this story with you too ☺

Random Fact about me of the day ;)

 

1.I got my first camera in first grade. My grandmother gave it to me on a trip to Washington DC (it was a brownie camera.) I was so excited to have it and take photos that I walked from the Washington Monument to the Capital on my own (I was 6!!) to get a good pic of the capital. My family thought I was kidnapped because I took off on my own and was gone for soooooo long…..I got in so much trouble..but I did get a good shot ;)

 

Much Love,

Sarah

 

Ps. I think I will try the video thing again before the end of my 365 once I understand it more. The one thing I truly loved about it was that it was completely way outside of my comfort zone and my abilities BUT sometimes it's good to push yourself into new territory that makes you uncomfortable because even if you don't do great at it the first time at least you know you tried something new and you never know where it may lead you later on. ( I am kind of nervous to share it because I am not completely comfortable with the final product.. but I need to get pass that..haha..part of the lesson and learning curve..right??! ;)

 

in the NYC subway at 28th street station.

Ruza Bagaric chats with Mac Farr (MMF) (Flickr) about the relationship between art and music during DUMBO Art Center's annual Art Under the Bridge Festival in 2009.

 

Ruza Bagaric is a painter in New York City. You can check out her portfolio at ruzabagaric.com

 

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13th annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® (Sept 25 to Sept 27, 2009)

www.dumboartfestival.org/press_release.html

 

The three-day multi-site neighborhood-wide event is a one-of-a-kind art happening: where serendipity meets the haphazard and where the unpredictable, spontaneous and downright weird thrive. The now teenage D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® presents touchable, accessible, and interactive art, on a scale that makes it the nation's largest urban forum for experimental art.

 

Art Under the Bridge is an opportunity for young artists to use any medium imaginable to create temporary projects on-the-spot everywhere and anywhere, completely transforming the Dumbo section of Brooklyn, New York, into a vibrant platform for self-expression. In addition to the 80+ projects throughout the historical post-industrial waterfront span, visitors can tour local artists' studios or check out the indoor video_dumbo, a non-stop program of cutting-edge video art from New York City and around the world.

 

The Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) has been the exclusive producer of the D.U.M.B.O Art Under the Bridge Festival® since 1997. DAC is a big impact, small non-profit, that in addition to its year-round gallery exhibitions, is committed to preserving Dumbo as a site in New York City where emerging visual artists can experiment in the public domain, while having unprecedented freedom and access to normally off-limit locations.

 

www.dumboartscenter.org

www.dumboartfestival.org

www.video_dumbo.org

  

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Ruza Bagaric chats with Mac Farr (MMF) (Flickr) about her paintings and drawings during DUMBO Art Center's annual Art Under the Bridge Festival in 2009.

 

Ruza Bagaric is a painter in New York City. You can check out her portfolio at ruzabagaric.com

 

SML Simulcast

+ Vimeo (720p high-def)

+ YouTube (720p high-def)

  

13th annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® (Sept 25 to Sept 27, 2009)

www.dumboartfestival.org/press_release.html

 

The three-day multi-site neighborhood-wide event is a one-of-a-kind art happening: where serendipity meets the haphazard and where the unpredictable, spontaneous and downright weird thrive. The now teenage D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival® presents touchable, accessible, and interactive art, on a scale that makes it the nation's largest urban forum for experimental art.

 

Art Under the Bridge is an opportunity for young artists to use any medium imaginable to create temporary projects on-the-spot everywhere and anywhere, completely transforming the Dumbo section of Brooklyn, New York, into a vibrant platform for self-expression. In addition to the 80+ projects throughout the historical post-industrial waterfront span, visitors can tour local artists' studios or check out the indoor video_dumbo, a non-stop program of cutting-edge video art from New York City and around the world.

 

The Dumbo Arts Center (DAC) has been the exclusive producer of the D.U.M.B.O Art Under the Bridge Festival® since 1997. DAC is a big impact, small non-profit, that in addition to its year-round gallery exhibitions, is committed to preserving Dumbo as a site in New York City where emerging visual artists can experiment in the public domain, while having unprecedented freedom and access to normally off-limit locations.

 

www.dumboartscenter.org

www.dumboartfestival.org

www.video_dumbo.org

  

Related SML

+ SML Fine Art (Flickr Group)

+ SML Flickr Collections: Events

+ SML Flickr Sets: Dumbo Arts Center: Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009

+ SML Flickr Tags: Art

+ SML Pro Blog: Art

Faraz has been going to this one Cafe for the past 5 years (probably since it first opened). Once seated, he goes over their 8 page menu each time, spending a good 10 minutes deliberating which dish he would want to try this time. But in the end, he always (ALWAYS!!) settles for their "Punjabi Chicken burger" religiously.

 

I tried to capture his love for this burger on camera

After having done a "long portrait" of German musician Joo Kraus before, I thought it would be great to try one for a workshop group shot. More about the workshops at www.discoverthetopfloor.com/

 

Update: there is a 1080p version at www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nk-oc50pFIM

One of Flickr's definitions for a video is "a long picture." I laughed it off the first time I saw it and then I saw Long Portraits and thought wow, cool! So, here's my contribution with my beautiful daughter as my subject.

 

Funny, but the audio didn't come through. I'll have to work on that.

a long portrait taken as a pan in times square

Video edit I put together. Thanks to Port O'Brien for the wonderful song "Tree Bones" that's sampled for the background music. Couldn't have worked any better.

 

Shot with Flip Ultra HD. 3x original frame rate.

 

Full length HD video can be viewed here - vimeo.com/11854827

A video of Happy Birthday, one of Merrill's favorite things about eating out - he loves it when the waitstaff clap!

 

Music is such a large part of Merrill's world - at age 5, he is still 99% non-verbal. He uses only the most basic of signs (sign language) and only uses PECs (picture book) when he's in the mood. When he does talk, his speech is garbled, almost slurred. He has about 40 words, and seems to comprehend about a dozen of them (water, food, pop tart, wiggles, you tube, kiss, night).

 

But turn on a song he knows... and Merrill smiles! Imagine being locked in your mind, unable to communicate most things, but being able to dance and "sing" along with a song... very powerful, and cool, stuff.

 

Under the table, Hunter did just as he was supposed to, and slept. Hunter is Merrill's Service Dog, you can read about our efforts to raise awareness of Autism Service Dogs at Merrill's Fund.

Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by James Sharpe.

 

I'd seen a fair few motion/video/long portraits and wanted to have a go at making something in that vein. This motion portrait uses several shots.

 

Perhaps it's more of a motion study?

 

Shot on a Canon 7D at 50fps.

 

Very little colour correction has been applied here.

 

The music is a cover of The Pixies Where is My Mind by Maxence Cyrin.

 

The girl in the motion photographs is herself a photographer and her photostream and wonderful self portraits can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/lillybetmagdalena/

I tried to ask "what's the most exciting thing you've done this year?" but all sarah could do was laugh. She keeps looking back & forth between me (behind the camera) and her ryan (to our left).

The calmness of the evening, the pretty snow and the slow wwalk

 

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Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by James Sharpe.

 

I'd seen a fair few motion/video/long portraits and wanted to have a go at making something in that vein. This motion portrait uses several shots.

 

Perhaps it's more of a motion study?

 

Shot on a Canon 7D at 50fps.

 

Very little colour correction has been applied here.

 

The music is a cover of The Pixies "Where is My Mind" by Maxence Cyrin.

 

The girl in the motion photographs is herself a photographer and her photostream and wonderful self portraits can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/lillybetmagdalena/

My son plays in the back yard with his favorite lawn mower - if only it worked!

Getting all dressed up in bowties and fancy vests is always a good thing. Senior prom was something to be looked forward to, and its always nice to have everyone else dress as fancy as you are. This picture was taken on board of our party bus (hot as it was). The only thing more I can really say about this night is that it never really ended until Monday morning. That's the truth.

An inadvertent long photo.

one of my favourite little things to make, once I've convinced someone to stay still awhile

Harrison's video report on his weekend. Harris is an 8 year old Autistic boy from Maine.

short portrait - screenshot of my first long portrait (5min video) of flickr user malayrish.

I'm not sure why but I had the urge to do a video tonight.

 

Blanket making: long portrait of FortGirl

2010.3.31

 

I'm trying to start a new project. I got inspired by something I saw recently and I'm working on trying the same thing. I'm not talking yet, but it does include video. This picture was taken while working on that project. I did not have time to finish, as I'm not great at editing video yet. So, I may have a few day delay, but once I get it figured out, I'm expecting to have some fun with it, so stay tuned. Updates to follow.

  

Camera & Exposure Information

 

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Focal Length:66 mm

Aperture:f 2.8

Exposure:1/400 sec

ISO Speed:100

My daughter makes a grab for the camera then watches my son leave the kitchen

Found out about this neat idea here:

www.flickr.com/groups/longportrait/

 

Thought I would give it a shot.

Another inadvertent long photo. My pants are on. Notice the close up on my blood blister.

 

The pants were blogged here:

gadgets.boingboing.net/2009/05/12/5-diy-wearable-led-p.html

 

Woo hoo!

My first attempt at making a so-called long portrait. Whipped it through iMovieHD.

Watching the inauguration of Barack Obama

Hamburg, Germany

Via Facebook

He was unemployed and stopped to chat, having spotted a group of workers waiting outside an office that provided temporary manual labor assignments, such as unloading trucks, in Baltimore.

Oh, and I finally shot that long over-due long portrait of Manisha :)

 

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Just like a normal portrait, but dragged out and expanded. The idea is still to capture an image of who a person is. I like the details.

 

Subject is photographer Amanda Patrice. www.amandapatrice.com

 

Music is "Where We Started" by Joseph Barker of Bella Ruse

Self portrait in the studio.

 

Sony - A1E + Century .65X HR Wide Angle Converter.

 

Audio: Ultra 6018, Dansette Tempo, Aiwa Px-E850K, Philips FP-793, Sony PS-121A record players - Top of the Pops, 12 Tops and Josef Suk vinyl.

 

Webcast - www.ustream.tv/recorded/6415837

 

Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by jacob whittaker.

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