A rendition of St Kilda’s Road, Stoke Newington, home for the first nine years
This version of the video has a track using a recording of a gong, manipulated and overlaid with a metronome soundtrack.
This is a version of blog 17 but with a Barbara Streisand soundtrack.
This is a tribute to the recently created Illuminated River project which is relighting twelve of London’s bridges. At the moment, although it has a small audience with so many people staying away from the centre of London, the newly-lit bridges have no traffic on them and a completely still, traffic-free river to illuminate eachContinue reading “17. Illuminated River – stills photography and audacity”
Here the previously-made video now has a home made soundtrack.
I have put together two versions of the same video. The first uses a classic Johnny Cash song I walk the line, the second uses a soundtrack of World War II bombing and gun fire. The videos bring together a number of elements, video of water; stills photography of the London Wall; and an itemContinue reading “15. Video and stop motion”
I have been using display.land. This has been interesting to learn and my experiments to date have led to some weird objects. There is a particular issue with working out the right light levels and types of surface required to make this work. It is also interesting to see how to create a simple, completeContinue reading “14. Experiments with photogrammetry”
This development of the previous video makes use of 3D graphic app display.land which offers the potential of a 360 degree view of a site. In this case, the focus is on a single block of stone moving across the landscape. The soundtrack has been created using audacity.