Tuesday, February 28, 2006
i love daniel's stuff. i might as well just make a new vlog and vlog all his stuff. but that wouldn't make any sense...just subscribe to his feed if you haven't.
Posted by ryanne at 3:48 PM
Posted by ryanne at 3:46 PM
Saturday, February 25, 2006
Posted by ryanne at 4:00 PM
what can i say? i love hopper video.
Posted by ryanne at 3:43 PM
these guys are nuts, i'm impressed that they can speak japanese fluently. also that they have the balls to ask everyone on the street to go KARAOKE with them. i'd totally say no as well.
Posted by ryanne at 3:37 PM
Friday, February 24, 2006
i met wayne white because we were both getting awful comments by this asshole commenter on the archive. i found out he was a filmmaker and musician from chicago. of course, i convinced him to create a videoblog. i'm really loving his tour videos. so fresh, so honest.
Posted by ryanne at 3:32 PM
this kid is funny. this was one of his funniest posts. LOL ; P
Posted by ryanne at 3:26 PM
Friday, February 03, 2006
one time in college this kid, who turned out to be kind of nuts, tried to make a video just like this. he failed miserably. i think it's because he moved the camera around too much and wouldn't just sit and let you take in the nature. it's like he was forcing you to look at the trees. plus it was on VHS. i believe that this is the video he had intended.
Posted by ryanne at 11:24 PM
Wednesday, February 01, 2006
i really like this video by juan carlos. simple, just him clearing his head using a crappy old digital camera, which are my favorite pieces of equipment. originally posted to evilvlog.com
feed: you don't want to subscribe to this feed
Posted by ryanne at 9:51 AM
this is one of my school of the future videobloggers. he has no idea that this video takes inspiration from a time passed, where experiemental filmmakers had to slave over the optical printer (or tape to tape video editors for that matter) to get an effect like this. An example is Martin Arnold's famous Passage à l’acte, a short film that deconstructions and re-mixes scenes from To Kill a Mockingbird in a similar fashion.(If anyone knows of this existing online in .mov form, please tell me) iMovie just happens to make it a lot easier.
Posted by ryanne at 9:39 AM
duncan, stop putting up such good videos, you're making us all look bad.
Posted by ryanne at 9:28 AM