A stop-motion animation for the BBC Knowledge. This was shot in-camera and in sequence from beginning to end. Narrator: Stephen K.
My submission for the Animation Sequence Project. The video had to start and end with a square. www.animationsequence.com
OK Go released a new music called Last Leaf. It was shot entirely using stop motion animation and thousands of pieces of toast.
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First Day of School Photo from Meaningful Mama - would be so cute to have a beginning of the year and an end of the year shot!
Tutankhamun's trumpet, it was one of the rare artefacts stolen from the Cairo Museum during the most recent uprising and was recently (fortunately) recovered. :) If you follow this link though, you listen to King Tutankhamun’s trumpets played for the first time in 3000 years. It is from a 1939 BBC radio recording, it's a very lovely sounding instrument.
When I was a kid my Papa taught me a trick to remove the nasty from a bitter cucumber. When you cut the end off of the cucumber, rub the cut piece in a circular motion on the end of the cucumber. The cucumber will release a white foamy substance. Repeat this on the other end of your cucumber. Peel your cuke and prepare it how you would normally for your dish.
The Deep by #PES - The motion mechanics of underwater movement are so believable in this amazing stop-motion animation.
Freeze Jump.... Playing around with a form of high speed sync in the back yard. I had my 580exII on the camera set to hypersync. This particular shot was shot at f2.8 and a SHUTTER SPEED OF 1/1250 !!!!! Enough to freeze some serious action! I'm looking for some athletes to capture doing their thang! Hit me up and let's make art!
The methodolgy of a Landscape Designer. From beginning to end.
Nurses: There for you in life's biggest moments-- from the beginning to the end.
To me, this tattoo represents the entire journey that is Harry Potter. The lightning scar for the beginning, the book stars for all of the pages in the middle, and the Hallows symbol as a whole for the very end.
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FREE This SMART board lesson allows students to sequence the story of There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bell. It also contains slides that can be printed for students to sequence independently and to rewrite the story.
When this photograph was first published in Africa Geographic, BBC Wildlife, later in Paris Match and the Daily Mail, it resulted in a flurry of e-mails, phone calls and letters from around the world asking if the image was a fake. The image became the most talked about of shark photograph ever. The photograph is real, no photoshop, no digital manipulation, no nothing, in fact it was shot on slide film Fuji Provia 100 using a Nikon F5 Camera and 17-35 mm lens.
I made this from a pre printed pattern on the fabric. I got the kit at Wal Mart and it was great for a beginning seamstress.
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This photograph was shot in 1872, in London, when Stanley was back from his journey to find Livingstone. It is part of a series, emphasizing the idea of so-called exploration and long travels in Africa (RMCA).
Ankh symbol in Egyptian hieroglyphs at the Temple of Kom-Ombo. Its meaning represents aspects of life itself, such as "zest for life", "eternal life", or "future life". The reason for this interpretation is because the loop is the perfect symbol having neither a beginning nor end and stands for the soul which is eternal because it has sprung from the spiritual essence of the Egyptian gods. The ankh was associated with water, the sustainer of all life.
Alice X. Zhang - "I was commissioned by Big Chief Studios to do some more Doctor Who artwork for official BBC licensing! This is a portrait of the Tenth Doctor called “The Turn of the Universe,” it goes with my Eleventh portrait “The Roar of Our Stars.” (Ninth Doctor is also coming shortly in this series!) Will be available to buy online as an official print from Big Chief Studios & BBC in the near future!!"
These screen shot was taken from the shading and lighting demo reel of Amanda Wentzel (Computer Animation, 2013 graduate).
Marilyn Monroe - walked to the spot in NYC where this iconic photo was reputedly shot. It was taken in the wee small hours yet was still attended by throngs of people who managed to get wind of the occasion. It marked the end of her marriage to Joe DiMaggio as it was all he could do but witness and get truly pissed off with the circus of male attention and encouragement from the crowds throughout the many takes and retakes. Quite risqué for the time.
Jason Fraser took this shot, one of Diana’s favorites, at the end of an official Press call in Majorca in 1986. “As we were being ushered out I turned and saw that Diana had scooped Harry into her arms, pulled him close and he had his thumb in his mouth. I got one last shot, and it was the best of the whole trip. When we got back to Britain, Diana asked for a print of it”
Telit official trade show video at the Mobile World Congress event. The video needed to explain what Telit does in a way that average consumer could understand. Since what they do is often invisible to the average consumer and behind the scenes, the approach was to literarily take various end products apart and show the hidden inner workings of. The project was completed under a very tight deadline. My work goes is the design and animation of motion graphic elements, matchmoving of the live ...
The Lupines at SunsetSo here is a cool thing about this photo that one might not guess. This was taken with a Sony NEX-7 and the kit lens! Yes, the kit lens.This was shot on Baker Beach in San Francisco one evening when I was exploring…. I was double-fisting it with two cameras… and I saw this quick scene so I went for this experimental shot.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the entire post at the Stuck in Customs blog.
This Rene Magritte painting was used as inspiration in the film Dolores Claiborne (from a novel by Stephen King)
A great idea for year end party! Have everyone write one at the beginning of the evening - What was your favorite memory this year and then share them at the close of the party.
This end table was painted in a custom mix of General Finishes milk paints to create this turquoise color. An antique gold rub buff wax was used on the accent pieces and it was sealed for durability.
70 Things That Can and Will Go Wrong In A Disaster – What To Expect ? This article was written by a police officer to train other police officers. This is the NUMBER 1# most realistic non sugar coated article about a disaster/emergency and what to expect. PLEASE read it and store this knowledge in the back of your mind for your family's sake.
To circumvent rigid zoning and onerous permitting procedures, this light-filled studio was rolled to the site on a trailer. In fact, it still sits on a trailer in case its owner wants to move to another location. Customizable solutions such as this are becoming more widespread. Designer: Stephen Marshall From In-laws, Outlaws and Granny Flats: