Here’s an update on my capstone project!
I shot (a whole bunch of ) photos last night so I could edit them in to a video piece. I also just received my new intervalometer yesterday, so I was dying to try it out. Music credit in this vide: the super-badass band The Octopus Project.
Last night’s Hexadecagon performance by The Octopus Project made me smile. The band performed in the round, with 8 channel sound. I could feel the music moving around me. It was absolutely fantastic. I am also liking South Side Music Hall more and more. Here’s their ad for last night’s show, along with photos that …
Holy cah-moley. After a refreshing set from Miniature Tigers and a trance-inducing beats-fest from Prefuse 73, Neon Indian took the stage at Granada Theater. This was my second time to see Neon Indian play, and I enjoyed it even more than the first. I look forward to seeing more projects coming from this band. Videos …
Here’s another shot of our house at night. This one takes on the more dreamy appearance of HDR. While it’s not a perfect art form, I think that this type of image treatment deserves credit.
Here’s a shot of our remodeled Cliff May… just before dark. I am slowly learning HDR photography. This shot is a little bit blown out (see the hot spots on the lights?) but it still gives a more dynamic feel to the photo – compared to a one-exposure shot.
Here’s some video I shot while on last weekend’s road trip to Marfa, Texas.
Here are photos from Tame Impala and MGMT at the House of Blues on June 8, 2010. House of Blues has a strict camera policy, but it was nice to be able to stand on the stage-facing side of the barricade to get my shots. That was super helpful! The full set of photos is …
I took my camera on last weekend’s trip to North Carolina. I shot some photos at the wedding we attended – you know – something to do! Half-way through the evening, I decided to shoot some video. So this projects combines photo and video together.
I will be live streaming (along with my mobile lab video group) the “We Are All Homeless” flash mob event on Saturday, April 17, 2010. Here’s our video feeds so you can either watch live or view replays of the event. Kyle Kondas Mike Stephens Mary Skinner Ben Smithson Chelsea Conway