Posts from the ‘animated pictures’ Category
Colored horizontal lines for Earth’s horizon. And one black arrow pointing up to the sky, to suddenly fall down before reaching the top. “There is no movement without end” as gravity is inevitable, that’s the meaning of Paul Klee’s artwork at Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern.
I am now the arrow, and I move horizontally on my train from Bern to Zurich. I cannot fall back like Klee’s arrow, my horizon is horizontal like the train tracks shot out of my window at 1/8000 of a second.
1/8000 of a second (D800) 1/200 of a second (human eye)
And most of it all, I can now create movement without end, endless arrows pointing to the left of the frame by shooting pictures to the tracks with lower shutter speed, from 1/80 of a second to 1.3 seconds.
1/80 of a second (D800) 1/50 of a second (D800)
1/2 of a second (D800) 1.3 seconds (D800)
If only Paul Klee had a camera, he could have changed his mind on endless movement: from impossible vertical … to possible horizontal 🙂 Here you find the full series.
Scroll down the next picture selection and find yourself at Street Parade 2014 (21 pictures) or watch all the 72 pictures presented in the slide show at the end of the post. Click on each picture to magnify.
Here below the slide-show begins: refer to picture numbers (in the slideshow captions) for requesting a copy of the original.
If you did not manage to go through the several pictures we shot in Rome, enjoy artborghi animated point of view instead: technical specifications and hi-res pictures you can find here. Click on the youtube movie for a hi-res 2000 year-long trip in pictures.
Artborghi for pictures and mix, Maestro Karen Kornienko for music and arrangements.
Pardon me for posting a looping animated picture for a real movie. Nevertheless, I think this few frames looping for 40 seconds will give you a better idea of the show we could shoot from the Uto Kulm in Zurich, Switzerland.
Enjoy it in full HD (go for Youtube full screen and after starting “play” choose HD settings by clicking on the small gearwheel)
Here is a easy to follow setup to ALWAYS play in HD when in full screen!