The Official Ralph Lauren 4D Experience

via The Official Ralph Lauren 4D Experience – Behind The Scenes – YouTube

See the making of Ralph Lauren 4D, a groundbreaking fusion of fashion, art & technology. See what went on in the background to make this incredible, 3-dimensional event come to life – from storyboards to video sets to digital mapping and high tech computer renderings – see it all revealed.

Behind the Scenes

New York


Snow Globe Los Angeles

via Snow Globe Los Angeles on Vimeo from All Cut Up Films

Just in time for the holidays! “Snow Globe Los Angeles” is a short time-lapse film that captures the city of L.A. during the holiday season.
“Snow Globe Los Angeles” was created using over 4000 still images shot on a custom built camera rig. The effect was achieved using a Canon 5D MII, a homemade tilt-shift style lens, a light bulb filled with water, and paper cut outs to create shaped bokeh.

URBAN FLIPPER – Fête des Lumiere 2011 – place des Célestins

via URBAN FLIPPER – Fête des Lumiere 2011 – place des Célestins – YouTube

“Une performance de flipper géant en mapping 3D sur la façade du théâtre des Célestins à Lyon, à loccasion de la Fête des Lumière 2011. Une performance réalisée par le collectif CT Light Concept”

“Performance of mapping giant pinball 3D on the front of the theater Célestins in Lyon, on the occasion of the Festival of Light 2011. Performance achieved by the collective CT Light Concept”

Finding Oregon

via Finding Oregon on Vimeo on Vimeo

“Finding Oregon is the compilation of six months of timelapse photography across the state of Oregon, punctuated by a 1600 mile road trip in September. We’ve filmed the Columbia River Gorge, Mt Hood, Mt Jefferson, the Southwestern Coast, the Alvord Desert, Leslie Gulch, Blue Mountains, Crater Lake, Eagle Cap Wilderness, Deschutes River, and more. We’re proud to have touched all four corners of the state; however Oregon is the kind of place that the more you see, the more places there are to still discover.

The greatest challenge with this project was being in the right place at the right time. Night timelapse sequences particularly have an unexpected number of requirements to get the bright, stunning payoff. First, the moon should be around the New Moon phase (no moon) so as not to compete with outshining the stars, so that means we get about 5 days a month window. Next, weather must be cooperative with a dependable expectancy of cloudless skies. Here in Oregon, only the Summer months have good chance of clear skies, so only 1/4 of the year offers good chance of clear skies. So that means, we have three months in the year, with a 5 day window each month to plan with fingers crossed for epic star shooting conditions. That’s only 15 days in a year. Then, you hope that something doesn’t come up in regular life to pull you away to other obligations on those few days. It is a maddening challenge getting all the factors to line up to be in the right place at the right time. But, when it does happen- it is such a satisfying feeling!”