Friday, October 17, 2014

Selfie in Motion

Donut Selfie it involves using panoramic video shots of your head to create a seamless selfie that travels across different locations. The technique was created by ex-Microsoft employee Karen Cheng while she was experimenting with sweeping camera motions. The social media star has since released a video that shows the camera spinning around her head, with the scenery changing each time from her workplace, to a train station and even her bed. Ms Cheng explains that you can create your own doughnut selfie using the front-facing camera on a smartphone. Starting from one side of your temple, arc the phone around your head, across your face and to the other side, while capturing scenery in the background. This gives the impression to viewers that they are passing through a subject’s head and arriving in a different location each time, said Ms Cheng.The process can be repeated as many times as needed and in as many like as you’d like, with the clips edited together using an app. Ms Cheng, who is based in San Francisco, created her video using an iPhone and edited it with iMovie. She has put together a three-part tutorial as part of a dedicated website describing the technique.
Part One Tutorial
Part Two Tutorial
Part Three Tutorial

Monday, July 7, 2014

Full Text RSS Feed Builder

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Creative, Share and Inspiring Work by and for the Artist

Artist Inspire Artist is dedicated to creative work in nearly 20 categories, including architecture, dance, fashion, film, fine art, sculpture, photography and even web design. It even has a section dedicated to individual showcases, complete with artist bios, their website addresses, social network profiles, et al. Visitors are encouraged to browse the site, get inspired, and then even submit their own artwork to inspire others. AIA is a great site if you’re a student of design, work in the creative industry, or are just looking for some eye candy.
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