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(* Juli 20. 1932; † 29. Januar 2006)
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Ok. So learning that the video feature was accessible for non-Pro FlickR users I tried to make one.
Well... It turned like something longer than expected. I can't upload it there coz the file is too heavy, so here's the YouTube link. Please leave your comments & suggestions here, I'll really appreciate it. :)
J'ai appris récemment que les comptes FlickR no-Pro pouvaient avoir accès à l'upload de vidéo, donc j'ai essayé d'en faire une. Et bon... Le final est plus long que ce que j'avais en tête, m'enfin, c'est peut-être mieux, je sais pas. Le fichier est trop gros pour FlickR, je l'ai donc mis sur YouTube, le lien est ci-dessous. Laissez-moi vos commentaires et suggestions ici, ça me fera supair plaisir !
The vid is here, just click : www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnUUwrk9beQ
Sim: slurl.com/secondlife/Welsh Lakes/128/128/2
Song: "Welcome to the end" by Celldweller
screencap from an old North Korean film. Mix of some glitched videos and a few filters to create an even more elaborate mess.
Aaaaah, and so the plot of this drama thickens.
I'd edited the text here since there seems to have been a quick movement of sorts in a 'storm the bastille' sort of way. Wherein madness may very well rule....eventually.
On one group against this addition of videos within Flickr there's already a call for folks to delete any contacts who use video. Wellllll, if any of my contacts wish to delete me as a contact then you're more than welcomed to do so. But I'd appreciate your letting me know so's I may follow in kind.
I'll admit, Flickr could be going about this a different way. That is, separating the video content from the image content....something which could all be done under the Flickr name and site. 'and I'll also admit that when I first learned of this, I was taken aback...but that was merely my initial reaction. At the moment i can take it and I can leave it.
I've got a heck of alot more to say on the subject but let's leave that for another day?
For anyone curious, I'd taken this video awhile back at the NY Aquarium located in Brooklyn. The music I'd pieced together in Sony Acid Music using their everflowing supply of copyright free snippets. These creatures are so very mesmerising and well, I thought this music-mix went well with it. It's as if the watcher becomes one with these creatures who as well are meditating.
Ma dernière photo, faite depuis un bon moment maintenant
Comme c'est cool d'envoyer un bon gros jump en silhouette comme ça !
Malheureusement une de mes dernières photo avant un bon moment, les cours me prennent pas mal de temps et un stage se profile à l'horizon, pas de quoi reshooter avant un bon moment, mais sait-on jamais !
Un 16-35mm f4 bientôt? =)
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In Explore: 3rd position on Tuesday, October 28, 2008
by Jim Hejl
This is a view over False Creek in Yaletown (in Vancouver, BC)
Posted on Sunday, April 20th, 2008.
-- VIDEO --
- 5D still camera (it captured 2263 images over 5 hours)
- Images remotely captured with "Remote DSLR Pro" on a WinXP machine
- Cropped, batch adjusted, and batch exported in Aperture
- Combined images with QuickTime PRO
- All post work done in FinalCut Pro 5
If you want to have some fun, "scrub" the video forward and backward (using the timeline), and watch the water level change (and the entire dock move!). Pretty entertaining :)
The technical challenge here is to expose each frame properly, without getting horrible flicker. The daytime shots were shuttered arround 1/250th, while the night shots were often 7 second exposures (or more). This variable exposure is difficult, because any SLIGHT difference between any 2 frames will cause a flicker (and the human brain is very sensitive to flicker). So, the magic trick is to go from 1/250th to 7 second exposures smoothly. If you've done time-lapse over varying illumination conditions, you know what I'm talking about. it isn't an easy problem.
-- SOUNDTRACK --
Album: Radiohead - Me & This Army: Radiohead Remixes (2005)
Track: You & What Army (bonus beats to bust rhymes to in the shower)
If you have Quicktime 7, you can view a less-compressed version on my site:
(the first few frames of video are needed b/c Flickr uses the "first frame" to generate the thumbnail ----- not the marked Poster Frame in the stream. Grrrrrrrr........)
CAPTIVITY KILLS !!!
Society and People say they Love animals yet everyday they exploit them, use them, steal them from there natural habitats and wild for human greed.
For six months of each year – day in and day out, from September until March – entire pods of dolphins and small whales are driven into Taiji’s killing cove. Once netted into the cove, the dolphins and whales face brutal slaughter or a lifetime in captivity.
Neither is it cultural to kidnap dolphins from the ocean and sell them to marine parks in order to exploit them until their death for money. This is simply a multimillion-dollar business that fills the pockets of a few at the expense of the suffering and death of many. Here the dolphin trainers and murderers work side-by-side, dolphins trying to escape from the boats that were leading them to death, and precious lives stolen as their bodies are dragged to the butcher house under the tarps of shame. The murderers and trainers tried to hoist them on to the boat to take them to the pens at the harbour where they will be sold to any marine park for large sums of money. What it's happening in Taiji is a global problem. This issue concerns us all.
The dolphins need us, and to help them we must all make a commitment. Tell our friends and families what it's happening, encourage them not to visit dolphinariums or other centers with captive cetaceans. This industry has the same blood stained hands as the dolphin murderers in Taiji. Take to the street -- go to your nearest dolphinarium and explain to the people what is happening there and the history of terror that a dolphin has had to experience to finally end up locked away in a pool for the rest of his life.
Please, never buy a ticket to a Marine Park or facility that holds captive dolphins. Teach your friends, family and children to respect our world's oceans and the magnificent creatures that swim free within.”
Sites for more information :
Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians Page (official)
Ivete Sangalo /
" O sorriso enriquece os recebedores,
sem empobrecer os doadores "
" O segredo é não correr atrás das borboletas...
É cuidar do jardim para que elas venham até você "
" Quem não compreende um olhar,
tampouco compreenderá uma longa explicação "
This is a very over exposed shot but I like it and perhaps might experiment more in overexposure. It's not that clear but the guy has massive video equipment and is videoing the lady in front.
A small video of all the shots. I'll upload an other pic soon. I'm retouching it, adding some small details. But I do have trouble choosing the right pic...
I want to thank all the people who leaved a feedback. I was surprised so many people liked it. Looks like being blogged on brothers brick is a real springboard ^ ^.
Soundtrack : The times they are a changin'
One day at the beach for our OP dolls! The video is coming soon...
While waiting for this video, you can check out our YouTube channel:
The Only Video I ever had a chance to get of her.
The Clarity of Flickr video is allot better then Youtube! Here is exact same video on youtube:
And better then Vimeo also!!
=o) Kudos to Flickr!
Holding steady at #6 in Explore!!
This is a re-upload of a picture I took in the Basilica Santa Maria sopra Minerva at Rome, Italy on 28-Dec-2012.
Please have a look at the completed video montage uploaded at Youtube:
This video went viral some time ago BUT just in case you missed it ...
Video credit: Unknown
Okay, so I needed something to do to keep my mind off my most recently uploaded story; I always get antsy whenever I just upload a story. I think I only checked my simpage like 50 times, lol!
Anyways, yes it's another scythe wielding woman, I guess this is some sorta fetish of mine :P
She isn't really from any video game, I just like the ring of the saying...but it would be sweet if there was a video game with her as the main character.
MTS2- outfit, other CC
Seomi sims- hair
Background- Moi :)
181 second exposure, red gelled flashlight inside, LED stick light used to light from both the right and left sides (since there was virtually no moonlight and who knows when I may get back here again), natural big ass flashlight used to light the sign from the back side.
Video Arcade in the now abandoned Rock-A Hoola waterpark out in the middle of the California desert.
Click on the image, because it's best BIG on BLACK!!!