We made this television commercial for very little money, because I really like the product. You upload a photo you want printed, they print it directly on glass and mount it to a backing so you can hang it directly on your wall with no frame. No lie—I have a few of these hanging in my home. Mostly self-nudes.
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La Pointe Courte (dir. Agnès Varda - 1955)
Persona (dir. Ingmar Bergman - 1966)
Love and Death (dir. Woody Allen - 1975)
Mulholland Dr. (dir. David Lynch - 2001)
- Hitchcock shot” or “Vertigo shot
- Triple Reverse Zoom
- Reverse Tracking Shot
- Back Zoom Travelling
- Retrograde zoom
- "Smash Zoom" or "Smash Shot"
- Vertigo zoom
- A “Jaws shot”
- A “zido”
- A “zolly”
- Trombone shot
- The Trombone Effect
- A Stretch shot
- Reverse Pull
- More technically as forward zoom / reverse tracking or zoom in / dolly out
- Trans-trav (in Romanian), from trans-focal length operation and travelling movement
Peaches on black felt. (Taken with Instagram)
Behind the scenes of 3 Women. (via)
french maid (Taken with Instagram)
First of all, I can do anything. Eventually. I’ve always been seduced by my aesthetic instincts. I’ve paid a heavy price in aggravation and cash to invent my aesthetic world. For example, it would be nice to have a big puffy down comforter on my bed. They’re so goddamned warm. And my NewYork apartment is so goddamned cold. However, they’re too fucking puffy. I made a beautiful iron bed frame. It has tiny pink roses painted on it. It’s very subtle, utilitarian. It requires a very flat, thin, gray, Amish blanket to have its full effect. So I freeze all night, but when I look at the bed during the day, it’s perfect.Vincent Gallo (via)
Behind the scenes for I Pray for Rain. Photographs by Chris Hinkle and Bill Baker.
Brian Lopez - I Pray For Rain
This music video has been in the works for over a year now. We’ve had numerous setbacks, including some of the worst wildfires in Texas history, and now it’s finally done! Half the video was shot in the beautiful town of Marfa, TX and the interior scenes were shot in Tucson, AZ. We used 7Ds and relied heavily on street casting.