Here’s an amazing short film titled “The Old New World” by photographer and animator Alexey Zakharov of Moscow, Russia. Zakharov found old photos of US cities from the early 1900s and brought them to life.
The photos show New York, Boston, Detroit, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore between 1900 and 1940, and were obtained from the website Shorpy.
It’s a “photo-based animation project” that offers a “travel back in time with a little steampunk time machine,” Zakharov says. “The main part of this video was made with camera projection based on photos.”
aRte viSuaL contempoRáneo. Pintura. Fotografía. Animación y algo de Música o ContempoRy viSuaL aRt. Painting. PhotogRaphy. Animation and more.
Thats whats on the header of the blog and expect a lovely visual ride when you go through his posts. They are quite breathtaking and leaves you staggered thinking about the amount of talented people there is out there.
I present: KlimtBalan
|Jaroslaw Datta||Emmanuelle Brisson|
|Bernardo Torrens. La redención de los cueRpos||Tomas Müller / El Tomi. eL deSmitificadoR aRgentino|
and my favourite so far… Marius van Dokkum
This is why I go up the mountain every day, and it makes things more fun when able to capture such cool shapes within the aurora.
Oh an may i add, it has been some heavy days lately, have to dress for standing still, which means when moving up a mountain with all the camera gear it is quite hard.
But it is all worth it for a shot like this, I am very proud of this cause I feel I was finaly able to capture the aurora where it speaks for itself with almost no foreground help.
Astounding landscape photo above the skyline of Dubai.
Dancing in the Fog
On those foggy mornings of Fall, Dubai wears its best!!