Although, strictly speaking, this post doesn’t have a lot to do with general photography, but if you are interested in DSLR video then I believe you will find this most interesting. I was quite moved by this video, especially considering the film was put together with open source programs (Blender.org) and volunteers. This is the same software I use for my podcast at http://fotobug.podbean.com.
The 15 minute movie can be downloaded (in several formats and sizes) at Sintel.org. I recommend you check it out and please let me know what you think! This is their 3rd film and if you would like to try your hand at computer animation, a free version of Blender is available at Blender.org. Yes, I did say FREE – it is an open source program available for the Mac, PC and Linux platforms.
- Fotobug - Episode 186 - Interviews - Essdras Suarez - MJ AdelmanIn recent photography news, Micron hend as announced the end of the line for the Lexar retail brand. Sony’s new 20mp CMOS sensor has a reset function that reduces the rolling shutter effect. A roll of B&W film inside an Argus C2 camera purchased at an Oregon Goodwill contained images of the Mt. St. Helens […]
- Fotobug - Episode 186 - Interviews - Essdras Suarez - MJ Adelman
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