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Tilt

yo. nice simple angled photos for now

geometry play on action

Photography by Romain Laurent

more at his personal website HERE

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Rear Window \\ Visual Installation

based on footage from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” (1954)

 Jeff Desom( freelance director, film maker),

introduced a project that took him 6 weeks for completeness as a final time-lapse video

Software used: After Effects / Photoshop / Coffee

Fo and Go

dAY

REAR WINDOW

”I dissected all of Hitchcock’s Rear Window and stiched it back together in After Effects. I stabilized all the shots with camera movement in them. Since everything was filmed from pretty much the same angle I was able to match them into a single panoramic view of the entire backyard without any greater distortions. The order of events stays true to the movie’s plot.”

SELECTED GALLERY ☟

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Panic Room – colors everywhere

yo yo,

probably you have already seen it by now but still is worth postin

all images via bigaddict

“Panic Room” by Tilt

Hôtel “Au vieux panier”
Tilt featuring Tober / Grizz / Don Cho
Marseille January 2012

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Adam Somlai – Fischer

yo,

If u are a FG addict you will have probably realized that the last 9-10 days we are laying low and not doing our usual stuff, a.k.a making fun of our beloved architecture world.

So lets do it right and post something worth sharing

Adam Somlai – Fischer

(link to his vimeo account)

An artistic installation built by Bengt Sjölén and Adam Somlai-Fischer and displayed at Belsay Hall, UK, 2007 summer, Aleph is an experimental public display, that is using the spaces, people and objects it faces as a palette to display messages from hidden viewpoints. When looking at a small mirror, it reflects a fraction of the space around us, when looking at a mirror façade, it reflects most things around us, containing segments that are dark or bright, red or green. But if we build a matrix of small mirrors, which can adjust their tilt according to the site they are facing, we can create a display that uses the ever changing flux of the place to show images from certain points in space.