TINY LION CRAB

akinindrasutomo:

American Horror Story : Asylum Cast

“I really wanted to separate the present from 1964 in a major way, and [Ektachrome] became an integral part of our 2012 look. We shoot 1964 scenes on Kodak [Vision 3 500T] 5219 and desaturate it slightly with pull-processing… [as well as when] there are elements we need to see, like blood or detached limbs, that might get swallowed up in the reversal. In those cases, we’ve saturated the color, deepened the blacks and jacked up the contrast to bring the 5219 more in line with the reversal footage. The color-reversal material looks so extreme you can’t duplicate it exactly, but we get pretty close!”

hitrecord:

“hymn to scale” (Blackout Poetry)
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RegularJOE (Director) writes:
I featured this for a few reasons:
One, it’s goddamn true.Two, it visually expresses the literal idea so cleverly.Three, it’s a great example of how one artist (videotroph) can have an idea, make a request, and another artist can fulfill that request and complete the idea.Four, anyone inspired by this one ought to check out the hitRECord manifesto collab that videotroph started. tori and IrmaVep have been doing tons of great visual work on it for a while, and I think it’s a project with a bright future. 
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You can contribute to the “hitRECord: a manifesto” collaboration HERE!

hitrecord:

“hymn to scale” (Blackout Poetry)

REmix by tori

Text REsource by videotroph

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RegularJOE (Director) writes:

I featured this for a few reasons:

One, it’s goddamn true.
Two, it visually expresses the literal idea so cleverly.
Three, it’s a great example of how one artist (videotroph) can have an idea, make a request, and another artist can fulfill that request and complete the idea.
Four, anyone inspired by this one ought to check out the hitRECord manifesto collab that videotroph started. tori and IrmaVep have been doing tons of great visual work on it for a while, and I think it’s a project with a bright future.

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You can contribute to the “hitRECord: a manifesto” collaboration HERE!

(via hitrecordjoe)

Thanks maudit!

Thanks maudit!

(Source: maudit)