From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 07:28:01 PST
> i love the "movie mode" on the digital still camera - especially
> the 15 fps per second setting. It's really beautiful, and
> translates very nicely to DVD (it's not interlaced?)
This isn't really"experimental" work I don't think but shows what you
can do if you're resourceful - and willing to use things in ways
they're not literally designed for (plus in this example it's a
'movie' captured in a higher resolution format than Superman 4 or
Sorta WWCMD ie "what would Chris Marker do..."
> There is nothing more annoying than seeing video art that is
> totally re-inventing the wheel.
I could not agree more.
> And maybe video processes/technologies/ideas might have something
> to offer those working in film?
I'm heavily invested in this. Proceeding with some degree of
apprehension, but proceeding.......
I think digital motion imaging has to continue cutting ties with
television but for now the video legacy does allow for some
affordability and access.
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