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The European NIGHTVISION of Luke Shepard

Tuesday, 22 January, 2013 0 Comments

Click on the arrow or thumbnail of the NIGHTVISION navigation to experience some memorable photos of Europe’s cities. It’s all the work of Luke Shepard, a student at the American University of Paris. His after-dark video exploration of Paris, Le Flâneur, was so well received two years ago that he decided to crowd-source funds on Kickstarter to bring the NIGHTVISION concept to to Valencia, Prague, Budapest, Berlin, Amsterdam, Rome, Athens, Barcelona and Brussels. The modest estimate for the job was $17,000, and the project closed at the end of September last year with a total of $19,446 pledged.

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To make Le Flâneur, Luke Shepard used a Nikon SLR D90 camera and a tripod. Unlike typical time-lapse video, however, he shot 2,000 images a short distance apart and put them together using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro.


Messi surprises, energizes, spiritualizes, messimerizes

Tuesday, 23 October, 2012 0 Comments

The remarkable Lionel Messi was a hat-trick-scorer as a 10-man Barcelona team outlasted Deportivo La Coruna in a wild 5-4 Primera Division game on Saturday night. Is there anything the Argentine genius cannot do? Apparently not, says the Irish rap poet John Cummins. “Messi messimerizes me. He constantly surprises me. His genius energizes me. In […]

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