I just have to share this amazing labor of love by inspiring CG Artist – Marek Denko. Titled “Rooftops, Rockets and Adventures Beyond” and easily ranks among the best and most amazing visuals I’ve seen to date – subject, composition, color, details, Details, DETAILS! A lot of love went into this gift he made for his children… A feast for the eyes and soul.
Had to take some time off blog & work these days, but there is always room for sights of beautiful places on the world we live in. This time going down under with Nathan Kaso who made this wonderful short tilt-shift time-lapse video of the ‘Toy Boats’ in Sydney, Australia. Shot over a 3 day span, the tilt-shift effect was done in Photoshop.
Here’s a little treat for the weekend. I stumbled upon these great city time lapses by photographer Rob Whitworth, who manages to capture the cities vibe and convey it pretty remarkably. He makes me want to grab my bag and just head out there! Great visuals, great sound… and even greater editing work, making it all tick! Enjoy…
I love tilt-shift time-lapse movies, and Keith Loutit is king at making them! I first came to know his work when he published the Small Worlds series, and I kept following him since. He just published his recent work featuring Singapore as the subject. He also seemed to have overhauled his technique for this film, having the focus being more dynamic… wonder what you’ll think of that?
Images of our Earth from above never cease to amaze me, and this compilation of it at night taken by the crew of the ISS (International Space Station) and compiled by photographer Knate Myers shows it in all its glory. I can’t imagine what its like to wake up to these kind of views each day…
The CityLIFE challenge is near the finish-line, just 10+ days to go… and I found an amazing timelapse today, named “The City Limits”, that I like to share with you all – kick-starting the day and inspiring all the challengers to take their entries to the finish-line. Dominic Boudreault has a lot more interesting images and videos on his site, so do visit.
- Best of Week 17/2015 – The Brink – From Matte Painting to Animation by Romuald ChaigneauApril 26, 2015 - 12:21
- Best of Week 16/2015 – National Gallery Budapest-Liget by TomorrowApril 19, 2015 - 12:35
- Best of Week 15/2015 – Housing on the lake by Giona AndreaniApril 12, 2015 - 18:45
- Best of Week 14/2015 – Blå (Blue) Planet 3XN by Victor LarssonApril 12, 2015 - 18:42
- Best of Week 13/2015 – Reforma Tower by 24STUDIOApril 5, 2015 - 18:40
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