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From the same video as this one. Time increases to the right; elevation (in perspective) upwards. The gentle vertical bands in the sky are the camera adjusting exposure; I didn’t think to lock it. (Come to think of it, I’m not sure how in video mode, though I saw the heading in the manual.)

Meitetsu train at Kanayama, Nagoya.

 

Modified Horizon Kompakt - Superia 200 redscale

Rose Festival City Fair, Portland, Oregon 2013. The change in the tightness of the spirals was caused by the ride speed changing as the slit scan went from bottom to top; see tags for other ScanCamera app settings used. i4s4037 - Happy Sliders Sunday!

An image created with ScanCamera iOS App. The flower was on a turntable during the scan / Une image créée avec ScanCamera. Le bouquet était posé sur une table tournante pendant le balayage.

itunes.com/apps/scancamera

 

The making-of:

www.studio-307.com/ScanCamera/Tutorial_1.html

looking south from Burnside Bridge, Portland, OR i4s11416

ScanCamera: A banana on a turntable / Une banane sur une table tournante

Tutorial:

www.studio-307.com/ScanCamera/Tutorial_1.html

 

ScanCamera Settings:

BandWidth = 16pixels

ImageSize = 6

LampOrientation = LongEdge

RecordingResolution = 1080p

ScanMode = FixedLamp

Modified Horizon Kompakt - Superia 200 redscale

An image made with ScanCamera

 

ScanCamera Settings:

BandWidth = 2

ImageSize = 1

LampOrientation = Short Edge

RecordingResolution = 1080p

ScanMode = Fixed Lamp

Suddenly the world began to spin forming this vortex from which three locomotives and a train emerged. Fortunately the exposure ended before the train could crash into itself. i4s5202 - Happy Sliders Sunday!

An image made with ScanCamera.

 

ScanCamera Settings:

BandWidth = 2

ImageSize = 2

LampOrientation = Long Edge

RecordingResolution = 1080p

ScanMode = Fixed Lamp

Testing new Slit-scan system (please view large!)

See the camera here..

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Une vie de chien...

MGB Roadster (I think)

Digital slit photography from video (slowed down x20 with Twixtor).

Made with a program in Matlab.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIQM3aecD08&feature=related

 

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Гітара -- Ukrainian for Guitar. I figured that since I'm making an everyday familiar object look so foreign to the visual senses that I needed a foreign language to describe the set too.

 

More here in my set, "Гітара:"

 

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People and dogs walking by the sea.

 

Made from the central pixel-column of the frames of an 80 second video (30 fps, 1920x1080), filmed on my phone in a homemade Lego stand.

Slit-scan with modified Pentax Me Super + vivitar 19mm 3.8 lens.... and cable release for power winder (as seen!) Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook

 

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Slit-scan photo on film

 

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Download in "Original Size" and print in 254dpi for Starbucks' "Create your own tumbler".

It is a combination of panorama and slitscan techniques; a stereographic spiral projection of a digital slitscan image.

 

JR freight train pulled by EF 66 electric locomotive.

Video taken at Kanayama, Nagoya. The video frames are stitched into a long image strip of the train, and then converted into spiral.

 

The stitching software for camcorder and spiral projection software are written by myself.

 

Some slit-scan photos taken last weekend.

 

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Slitscan of a single tire revolution, modified in vdub for contrast and cropping, custom Processing script for slitscan

Take a route you’re familiar with but have never photographed along and photograph someone or something every 100 or so steps.

— Vanessa Winship

 

Created using an Slit Scan App set at 24 photos/sec. A 100 step Selfie walking to my front door. Just playin'.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slit-scan_photography

A chacun son style...

Digital slit photography from video (slowed down x12 with Twixtor)

+ polar transformation with Photoshop

Taken with a modified Ilford Envoy camera, as described by richard314159 here:

www.flickr.com/photos/richard314159/5867797552/

 

The film was advanced by 1/8th of a turn after each exposure, so at the beginning, when the take up spool was "slim" the slits overlap, while by the end of the film there is no overlap, or even a small gap.

or a scene from the soon to be autonomous vehicle future? I like the time-lapse like effect/feeling that ScanCamera slitscan gave this. i4s11326,27

water spray scan

 

ScanCamera App on iPhone

Trying a slitscan type thing with the Holga.

slitscan of the ocean

Slit-scan photo.

About the camera here

  

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One of the surprise highlights of July's PDX Nightowls photo walk was when we were invited to come in and photograph the sculptures at DODECAH . Special thanks to the fine folks at DODECAH who were extremely generous with their time and willingness to spin their sculptures. i4s5922,27,23 - Happy Sliders Sunday!

This image might not be all that interesting except for the car. It appears the Vivitar Mini Digital Camera skews moving objects in a manner similar to slit-scan photography. The camera, it seems, scans the scene before it from the top to the bottom at a speed slow enough that the top of an object in motion will appear to lag behind the bottom of the object, so the object seems to tilt away from the direction of the motion. Meanwhile, all objects not in motion remain undistorted (albeit fuzzy, thanks to the low-resolution camera).

 

Take a look at this image, which the above image resembles slightly (though the linked image appears to have "scanned" the scene in the opposite direction, from the bottom to the top).

 

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Nantes :

2 Juillet 2012

4 eme course

Prix de la Gaudiniere

 

Gagnant: Kahya la Hutte

 

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Your's truly....and dog.

 

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People and dogs walking by the sea.

 

Made from the central pixel-column of the frames of a 90 second video (30 fps, 1920x1080), filmed on my phone in a Lego stand.

Slit-scan with modified Pentax Me Super + Pentax M100 2.8.... and cable release for power winder (as seen!) Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook

 

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Press 'L'

 

Nantes 2/07/12

Prix de la Gaudiniere

 

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Twenty-five exposures taken with a modified Ilford Envoy camera, as described by richard314159 here:

www.flickr.com/photos/richard314159/5867797552/

 

The film was advanced by 1/8th of a turn after each exposure, so at the beginning, when the take up spool was "slim" the slits overlap, while by the end of the film there is no overlap, or even a small gap.

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