From the plain awful and pointless to the very wrong, here are a collection of useless stock images:
I think these were probably put through at the stock images websites’ office parties…
New film, first of hopefully two edits tonight:
The new version of Florence Ayisi’s Iris Films UK is now online and fully functional.
Florence Ayisi is a reputed documentary filmmaker, resident of the University of Wales, Newport. This website is being created to serve as a window into her work, offering trailers, news of upcoming work and picture galleries from her films. She wanted a lot of content to be shared across the internet, so a website had to be built to accommodate for that. There is a simple navigation system, solid grid structure and easy-to-use galleries built into the site to allow the content to flow easily.
My best film yet:
Love the ongoing dialogue in this. Just fitted perfectly with how I cut the clips
Something that looks like it was cobbled together in someone’s shed turns out some pretty awesome footage:
Andrew and Matt McCracken are two brothers who founded Doublenaut, the Toronto based design and illustration studio. Although they produce a wide range of work from packaging to apparel, its their knack for clever storytelling through their poster designs that has become their specialty. The McCraken brothers have a unique ability to incorporate different styles within each work without losing the qualities distinct to their studio.
Some excellent camera work on show here:
By Stephan Kot.
Beautiful watercolour paintings of transport in Mumbai, India:
Brilliant movie poster for a movie I really need to go and see, The King’s Speech:
Some lovely photography from Sofia Ajram, who seems to manipulate laser light to create romantic and surreal scenes.