Timelapse videos are becoming omnipresent and a bit repetitive. This is not a time lapse video. Not quite sure what to call this genre.
Vimeo user Willie Witte uploaded this video called “Screengrab”, illustrating an experimental technique which combines video footage with screengrabs and prints. Within a few days the video was picked up by sites like Gizmodo and Boing-Boing. Willie said: “I’m testing an experimental process of printing out still frames from videos and using
Simple is beautiful. But sometimes to make something simple you need to put a lot of effort in.
This lovely animation by Tony Miotto I found on Vimeo shows – in a simple, yet, quite time-consuming (for the creator, that is) way – the differences between Paris and New York. Why? No idea. (Well, it says at the end it’s based on a book by Vahram Muratyan which I just googled and it looks awesome too.) What a fabulous little video… #NewYork #video #tonymiotto #vimeo #paris
The first thing you notice is that all videos are now big and looking lovely. It’s like switching from Flickr to 500px, if you know what I mean. I like it. In a move slightly resembling the recent YouTube relaunch, Vimeo now displays a stream of the latest videos from your contacts and groups on your landing page. It’s called My Feed. Right next to it is a new Activity tab, which will remind you what you’ve done, watched or liked recently – or what your contacts have. But I p
Just came across a fantastic HD video contest on Vimeo, called The Story Beyond the Still.
It’s sponsored by Canon and the winner can get either Canon 7D or 5D Mark II, there are also other prizes like Canon lenses or a trip to shoot a short film with one of the judges, and the author of the video which opens the series, Vincent Laforet. So what is it all about? It’s the first ever user-generated HD Video Contest where photographers become filmmakers, and we all see beyond t