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“Chasing Ice” captures largest glacier calving ever filmed

Selamlar,

Doğa fotoğrafı çekerken, kutuptaki buzulların parçalara ayrılmasına denk gelinen aşağıdaki videoyu izlemenizi tavsiye ederim. Dağılan buz parçaları gerçekten ölçüm olarak devasa bir alanı kaplamaktadır. Aynı zamanda küresel ısınmanın etkilerinin nasıl olabileceğini de açıkça göstermektedir.

This Photographer Points His Camera the ‘Wrong Way’ at Famous Places

MaoMausoleum

Do a search for the world’s most famous landmarks, and you’ll find an endless stream of photos captured by tourists from all kinds of angles. But the photos you’ll find probably don’t look like photographer Oliver Curtis‘ images. For his project Volte-face, Curtis visited iconic landmarks and pointed his camera in the opposite direction.

The project came about back in 2012, when Curtis was visiting the Pyramids of Giza. Upon turning around, he realized that he had never seen the “hidden side” of that well-known place. So, he began documenting these views in a project of his own. The photo above was shot at the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong in Beijing, China.

In each of the photos in the series, captured over the past 4 years, the viewer is told where the photo was captured and is invited to look upon the scene without the smallest glimpse of the actual landmark that people visit from all over the world to see.

Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., USA
Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., USA
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK
Great Wall of China, Mutianyu, China
Great Wall of China, Mutianyu, China
St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City, Vatican
St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Vatican
'Arbeit macht frei' Gates, Auschwitz, Oświęcim, Poland
‘Arbeit macht frei’ Gates, Auschwitz, Oświęcim, Poland
White House, Washington D.C., USA
White House, Washington D.C., USA
Colosseum, Rome, Italy
Colosseum, Rome, Italy
Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan, Mexico
Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan, Mexico
Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris, France
Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris, France

Volte-face will be exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society in London from September 19th, 2016 through October 14th, 2016. You can also find more photos from the series on Curtis’ website.

(via Creative Boom via Bokeh)

DAZED | “Manifesto” Trailer

Watch 13 different Cate Blanchetts in new Manifesto trailer

The first full-length glimpse of Julian Rosefeldt’s film sees the actress showcasing her incredible range

German artist Julian Rosefeldt has revealed the first full-length trailer for Manifesto, a film in which Cate Blanchett plays 13 different characters.

Originally appearing as a multiscreen video installation at Melbourne’s Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Manifesto has since been reassembled as a 90-minute feature film. The new trailer sees Blanchett in chameleonic form, performing a handful of her 13 roles while reciting excerpts from a number of different artistic manifestos.

The film will premiere later this month at the Sundance Film Festival. The official synopsis claims that Rosefeldt places “Blanchett in the everyday world – as a housewife, a factory worker, or a TV anchor – declaring the words that have inspired whole art movements.”

“Manifesto is entertaining while also asking us to question if these passionate statements still hold true and inspire us today,” it adds.

Watch the magnetic first trailer above.

“ROAD TRIP” for Heaven Has Heels Magazine Webtorial

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Heaven Has Heels için yapmış olduğum çekimi aşağıda bulabilirsiniz.

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ROAD TRIP

PHOTOGRAPHED BY KADIR MURAT TOSUN

MODEL: ANASTASIA BABICH FOR ANCA MODEL MANAGEMENT TURKEY

ROAD TRIP Photographed by Kadir Murat Tosun | Heaven Has Heels
ROAD TRIP Photographed by Kadir Murat Tosun

360 time lapse of the Milky Way

Android sistemden artik WP ye baglanabilmem ile daha fazla yazi yaziyor olacagim bloguma , oncelikle kendimle ilgili bu guncellemeyi paylasabilmek bile heyecan verici.

Gectigimiz gunlerde Facebook uzerinden konudaki baslik olan 360 time lapse of the Milky Way konulu bir video izlemistim ve o kadar harika bir sistemde astrovideoloji olarak demem ki daha dogru olacaktir, Samanyolu nu izlemek gercekten cok keyifli. Siz de konudaki gibi arama yaparak bu videoya ulasabilirsiniz. Cok isterdim buraya eklemek ama Facebook link olarak cikaramiyor malesef ki baglantiyi.

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Daha fazla ziyaretci hakeden 10 yer

National Geographic tarafindan yayimlanan ve benim de dikkatimi cok ceken dunyada daha cok ziyaret edilmesi gereken yerler makalesi.

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/features/ten-places-that-deserve-more-travelers/

A Celebration of Tilda Swinton | AnOther

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Harika bir model ve oyuncu olan Tilda Swinton’un #TildaSwinton AnOther Magazin için vermiş olduğu pozlardan bazılarını aşağıda bulabilirsiniz.
Keyifle izledim ve gerçekten çok başarılı bir çalışma olmuştur.
Makaleyi de aynı haliyle aşağıda paylaşıyorum.
İyi akşamlar
Murat
tildalead

A Celebration of Tilda Swinton

We explore the inimitable Tilda Swinton through the words of her greatest collaborators – from Patti Smith to Juergen Teller – alongside an exclusive archive fashion story from AnOther Magazine S/S09

Tilda Swinton‘s indelible legacy on contemporary culture defies categorisation. Whether playing the role of Caravaggio’s muse, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, a Jil Sander-bedecked socialite, or her appearance as Marianne Lane on the new cover of AnOther Magazine, her ethereal yet somehow subversive beauty – compounded with her exceptional ability as an actor – has established her as one of the world’s greatest stars. “She is a fashion existentialist,” explained Simon Doonan in AnOther Magazine S/S09. “I think she is a magician, and I think she may be a witch,” said artist Cerith Wyn Edwards. In fact, rather than classifying herself as an actor, she explained herself that “if I go to St Peter’s gate, I would most comfortably describe myself as an artist’s model, certainly more than actor or performer.” In honour of the AnOther Magazine premiere of her latest film tomorrow night, Luca Guadagnino’s A Bigger Splash, we revisit extracts from an archive feature that brought together 35 of her friends and collaborators – some of the creative industries’ foremost luminaries – to explain what it is about Tilda they find just so inspiring.

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Patti Smith
“She is both princess and prince. I loved her in Caravaggio and Orlando. She can in a turn seem consumptive then comic.”

Viktor & Rolf
“Tilda Swinton gave us the most beautiful compliment ever. After the show, she came up to us and said: ‘To imagine that 15 minutes ago, this didn’t exist!’ That was so poetic. I don’t know, it was such an unusual, beautiful compliment that we stayed in touch. She made the clothes alive. And it was, I think, the first time that we thought, Oh wow, this is really a woman we want to work for.”

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Simon Doonan
“She is a fashion existentialist. One of that rare group of women who actually create trends. You know, it’s a very small group of women. Like Siouxsie Sioux, Diana Vreeland or Nancy Cunard. These are women whose personal style is very extreme. It’s not all organised around the idea of trying to look hot for men. Whether she is wearing one of her kids’ school uniforms, daisy chains and bare feet or something more elaborate, it’s all effortless. Her favourite dress, she told me, is like an old Givenchy Pierrot but smells of old ladies’ pee. ”

Jerry Stafford
“She is at her most stylish when she is going down to the bakery on Nairn High Street wearing a mixture of Lanvin and wellington boots and a floppy hat from a charity store. That’s when she is at her most inventive. The perfect outfit for Tilda to wear down the red carpet would be a pair of pyjamas, the most comfortable piece of clothing that doesn’t even feel like she’s got anything on. She wore Lanvin pyjamas in bed after she got her Oscar.”

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Franca Sozzani
We did the cover of L’Uomo Vogue with Tilda like a man. When she saw the Polaroids while they were doing the shoot, she said, “Oh my God, I look exactly like my father!” For me, she is the modern beauty. Usually actors dress so badly but she has so much style. When you see her at festivals, you look at her immediately. When she walks into a room, you feel that she’s there. She has presence.”

Edward Enninful
“When David Bowie saw my book, he could not believe it when he saw the [Bowie-inspired 2003 Vogue Italia ] pictures of Tilda. He thought it was him. He was like, ‘When did I do this shoot?’ He was floored. Even he couldn’t believe how much she looked like him.”

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Hussein Chalayan
“I actually don’t really see her as a fashion person. I think she appreciates fashion, and I think she’s excited by it. But I don’t think that’s the most important thing about her. I was asked to represent Turkey in the Venice Biennale in 2005. She became the environment. She became the emotion of what I was trying to do. I feel she walks in on a story and learns from it.”

Christian Hodell
“For a long time people have said she’s a muse, but she’s more that. A muse suggests someone who sits around on a divan inspiring other people, but Tilda gets her hands dirty puts her money where her mouth is and gets other people to do the same. Her presence on a project brings so many new elements as people want to work with her. She has an incredibly big, beautiful brain that she loves to use. The word for her is brave. She’s not interested in the easy way out.”

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Juergen Teller
“I would say she is incredibly quick in adapting to new scenarios where we think, Oh, that isn’t working out quite how we thought it would work out. When we did the shoot for W, there was a housekeeper downstairs walking the dogs and Tilda said, ‘Let’s get really dressed up like a really mad, rich woman and get a plastic cup and pick up dog shit.’ And that was completely her idea. It was hilarious. She charmed the dog walker, asking, “Can we have the dog for the picture?” She didn’t want to just stand there. She was able to push herself and enjoyed being a bigger person, wearing this wig and all the makeup, saying to her boyfriend, ‘Ooh, look at me!’ I was just blown away by her beauty, her far-away beauty. A sort of untouchable thing, and in the glass box it made it even more so. And you know that kind of aristocratic look she has.”

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Original interviews by Jefferson Hack, Cath Clarke and Dave Calhoun

Mitakon 50mm f/0.95 Pro review + Short film

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Eğer F değeri 0.95 olan bir lens arıyorsanız aşağıdaki videoyu izlemenizi tavsiye ederim.

Barbara Palvin Gently Whispers

Models.com’da yayımlanan Barbara Palvin’in kısa filmi.

A FILM BY
TARIK MALAK & TIMOTHY DOUGLAS (TN’T)

STARRING
BARBARA PALVIN (IMG)

EDITOR IN CHIEF STEPHAN MOSKOVIC
ASSOCIATE EDITOR STEVEN YATSKO
ASSOCIATE EDITOR MITCH RYAN
CONCEPT MITCH RYAN AND STEVEN YATSKO
PRODUCTION MANAGER JAZMIN ALVAREZ

GLAM
STYLIST SARAH COBB (THE WALL GROUP)
MAKEUP ARTIST MORGANE MARTINI (THE WALL GROUP)
HAIR STYLIST JOEY GEORGE (STREETERS NEW YORK)
MANICURIST CASEY HERMAN (THE WALL GROUP)

PRODUCTION SWELL
PRODUCER: DAMON MIDDLETON
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: MATTHEW SCHROEDER
1ST AC: MARCIN KAPRON
GAFFER: JOHN BUSCH
BB ELECTRIC: VINNIE DAVINO
KEY GRIP: JAKE KUMP
BB GRIP: PHILIP YU
SWING: LUIS FIGUEROA
SOUND: KEITH RIGLING
PROP STYLIST: MIKAL HAMEED
PA: ROBERT DANZLER
PA: KAREEM CARGILL

HAND MODEL:
SUE YAN

SWELL POST
EDIT & SOUND EDIT: TIMOTHY DOUGLAS
COLOR & ART DIRECTION: TARIK MALAK
GRAPHICS & ART WORK: DAVID PADILLA
VFX & BEAUTY: JAE WON LEE

Lara Jade, Cheap Camera Challenge

Youtube’de denk geldiğim Lara Jade’in ucuz kamera ile yaratmış olduğu başarılı bir çekim.