Tuesday, December 15, 2009 3:38 PM
Time Lapse Sequences in Tokyo by Samuel Cockedey
Samuel Cockedey is a photographer from Northern France that moved to Tokyo in 2000 where he developed a strong interest for tilt-shift photography and time lapse sequences, sometimes incorporating the former in the latter.
Tilt-shift photography is photography which uses tilt, or the rotation of the lens relative to the image plane, and shift, the origin of the lens parallel to the image plane left and right.
You can see more of his tilt-shift photos on his website.
Here's a couple of the time-lapse sequences. And its a plus, they're in HD.
remanence : variance from Samuel Cockedey on Vimeo.
Ganked the idea to put the definition of these words off the Vimeo account.
a. The state of being remanent; continuance; permanence.
b. The magnetic flux remaining in a substance after the magnetizing force has been withdrawn.
a. A difference between what is expected and what actually occurs.
b. The number of thermodynamic variables, such as temperature and pressure, required to specify a state of equilibrium of a system, given by the phase rule.
static : pulse from Samuel Cockedey on Vimeo.
a. inactive, not in physical motion
b. of or relating to bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium
c. a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference
a. rhythmical beating, vibrating, or sounding
b. a transient variation of a quantity whose value is normally constant
c. an electromagnetic wave or modulation thereof of brief duration
I really like the remanence : variance piece, especially the shots at 2:16 and 2:23 at the end.
Filed under: Tokyo, Japan, photography, time lapse, Samuel Cockedey, tilt-shift