Posts Tagged ‘video’

Video – Street Photographer Jeff Mermelstein

October 17, 2009 Leave a comment

A fantastic three part video of street photographer, Jeff Mermelstein.


RealTime Arts Magazine #93

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment


RealTime is Australia’s critical guide to international contemporary arts. Our focus is on innovation in performance (live art, experimental theatre, dance, music, sound), photomedia, film, video, interactive media and hybrid arts.

The RealTime website offers a comprehensive view of Australian contemporary art with an international perspective, combining the current print edition of RealTime, online exclusives and updates; the RealTime archive (currently under development); new works on show in our studiofeatured events (forums, festivals) and arts issues; and a portal that will guide you to the best sites in innovative contemporary art.

Issue #93 Available Here.

Fantastic publication, worth checking out.

Video Interview With Karsten Schmidt

Karsten Schmidt (aka toxi) is a computational designer merging code, design, art & craft skills. Starting in the deep end of the early 8-bit demo scene, for the past 2 decades he’s been adopting a trans-disciplinary way of working and been laterally involved in a wide range of digital disciplines. With his studio PostSpectacular, he is actively exploring current possibilities at the intersection of design, art, software development and education and applying these in a variety of fields. A strong conceptual thinker and always striving for maximum creative freedom, Karsten’s design approach is based on treating ideas as software at the heart, which in turn informs all other facets of each project. When not creating, he travels the world consulting and teaching workshops about the generative design approach, open source and employing code as creative tool. He’s been an early contributor to the project and to various books about programming and graphic design, and his work has been featured in the press and exhibited internationally, including the MoMA, New York.
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DIY Underwater Camera Housing

If you’ve ever explored underwater image and motion capture, I bet you soon realised how grossly expensive underwater camera housing is. I utilised this article a for a uni project once and loved the outcome so much I continue to use it. Bought a cheap $150 video camera, and picked up all the materials from the hardware store, within an afternoon I had a very solid waterproof camera house.
Article Here.

Slit Scan Photography Article

I dabbled with slit scanning techniques in 2008, stumbled upon this interesting article while going through my journals. Great fun, give it a try! 

Video Projection Tool v4.0

If you’re into video art and installation you should check out this cool app. It’s FREE!

TWIP Podcast Episode #9 Now Available

dinkel1thumbnail.jpg I’ve been getting more and more into High Dynamic Range photography this year, but it’s been tricky locating video tutorials on the subject. Thank the big J for This Week in Photography. This small 10 minute tutorial by Alex is a fantastic video to get a foot hold on how to process your beautiful HDR images.

Download Tutorial Video Here.

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