Category Archives: Videography

Weekly Links 37/2012

 Beautiful Maui timelapse by Cory Bruening. Nice collection of photos to the topic levitation. Argadol creates a very special kind of paintings, a mix of pop art and street art (quoted from GUSTAVmag). Philippe Dudouit is a Swiss photographer currently active … Continue reading

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Review: Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX, 11-16mm, f/2.8 for Canon

I ordered my copy of the Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX, 11-16mm, f/2.8 for Canon on digitec.ch – one of Switzerland's leading online shops for camera gear – for 593 Swiss francs (~620$) and picked it up at the local post … Continue reading

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Weekly Links 36/2012

 Existence is an amazing timelapse project by Michael Shainblum. Blow's mind! Anna Garforth is very active in creating projects in a wide range of arts, doing a lot of work for public events, community projects, workshops and the like. On … Continue reading

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Weekly Links 28/2012

Gurtenfestival is an annual open-air music festival on Bern's local mountain (or hill) Gurten. The festival takes place from July 12 to 15 which is why it is linked here this week. I will be there. Winter is a beautiful … Continue reading

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Weekly Links 26/2012

This week – week 26 of the year 2012 – I found some precious work throughout the web. Brooklyn We Go Hard (BWGH) is a clothing label whose whole idea is to promote the artists who stand behind the project. They … Continue reading

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MOVE, EAT, LEARN

Three amazing short films, originated in 44 days in 11 countries: MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo. EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo. LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

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Miami Hustle

Check out miamihustle.tv. There are some trailers and prequels online promising an interesting project. Isaac Kesington (Genghis Con) films the four professional MMA fighters Jorge Santiago, Gesias Cavalcante, Alexis Vila and Jorge Masvidal as well as their instructor from South … Continue reading

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