It is too often that we get stuck on digitally produced designs. This video is the perfect marriage of real objects living in a digital world. I am currently in love with this, enjoy!
I am not an action-cam kind of guy, but I was recently gifted a GoPro. Upon receiving it, I figured this would be a quick return for something I would actually use. Then I started talking to people, which lead to researching, which lead to me keeping it. I have used it a handful of times, but am not in love. Partly because of the wide angle distortion (which I attempted to minimize) and partly because I rather use a proper camera for taking photos. Speaking of which, video is new to me. I love capturing still photos. I am not sure a go pro is the proper device to do so. I thought about possibly pulling stills from video, but they turn out blurry and dissatisfying.
I am going to give it another shot with a small project. I feel like I should have my regular camera in my hands rather than the tiny box.
October was filled with castles, roasted meats, seaside towns, friends and the occasional rain shower here and there. Here's a look at 1 second from everyday.
I'm sure many of you are familiar with the 1 second everyday app. If not, it allows users to record 1 second of video everyday, then compiles them into a single film. With my love of collecting and always wanting to create, I decided to start in September. Above is 1 second from each day during the month of September this year.