• Video: Nikon Camera Shutter Symphony
  • Posted 17 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 9716 Views
  • Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong has created a symphony using $30,000 worth of Nikon DSLR cameras. Through adjusting the custom 'CL-continuous low' settings, Wong and composer Andrew Kesler were able to set the series of 14 cameras to 1, 2 and 3 frames-per-second, allowing for staggered shutter releases. They also made use of the camera's other functions - such as electronic beeps and command dials - to finalise the 33 second sound clip. Check out the finished video above as well as the behind-the-scenes below.

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    • What ruins this is that guy. should of just been the cameras - fin.
    • Anthony Posted 17 months ago · 60 Reply
    • He should stick to taking horrible pictures
    • Mark Clissold Posted 17 months ago · 59
    • let's see your work?
    • Rob Posted 17 months ago · 35 Reply
    • I'd be so afraid that the sensor gets dusty.
    • Simon Posted 17 months ago · 67 Reply
    • I hate how everything is advertising.
    • Simon Posted 17 months ago · 40 Reply
  • Video: The House of Peroni
  • 16 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 6045 Views
  • Today, premium Italian lager brand Peroni Nastro Azzurro has launched The House of Peroni - a project which aims to celebrate the "new wave of visionaries defining contemporary Italian culture." Creatives from the fields of design, art, fashion, photography, film, music, food and...
  • Trailer: Clear History
  • 17 months ago · film · 0 Comments · 7115 Views
  • HBO just released the first full trailer for its upcoming movie, Clear History, starring comedian and Seinfeld creator Larry David alongside Mad Men's Jon Hamm. The film revolves around an employee (played by Larry David) at an electric car company who, after quitting due to an argument...
  • Apple Trademark iWatch in Japan
  • 17 months ago · tech · 6 Comments · 20170 Views
  • According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple applied for an "iWatch" trademark in Japan earlier last month, categorising it as a "handheld computer or watch." This is the first official hint that Apple has a new gadget in the works, which will most likely take the form of a watch....
  • Listen: London Grammar - Strong
  • 17 months ago · music · 4 Comments · 6983 Views
  • In follow up to their previous single release, British band London Grammar have a new track available to stream from their forthcoming debut album. The song follows in the footsteps of "Wasting My Young Years", "Metal & Dust" and "Hey Now" and debuted on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show...
  • Fliike - A Facebook Fan Counter
  • 17 months ago · tech · 2 Comments · 8719 Views
  • Want to publicly showoff about how many fans your Facebook Page has? French startup Smiirl have just the thing - a new gadget called Fliike which lets you display a live count of your fans wherever you want. Unlike much of the virtual-to-physical bridging technology available, Smiirl...
  • Video: San Francisco Timelapse
  • 17 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 8713 Views
  • If you're into timelapse videos of landscapes, we've got just the thing for you. California-based photographer Simon Christen spent two years capturing footage for this four-and-a-half minute video, which he describes as a "love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area." According...
  • Apple Hires Former Yves Saint Laurent CEO
  • 17 months ago · tech · 0 Comments · 6247 Views
  • As the rumours around the release of an Apple watch continue to grow, the tech giant have hired Paul Deneve - the former CEO of Yves Saint Laurent - to head up their "special project" department. Seeing as Deneve has an impressive...
  • Libertine-Libertine Underwear and Pyjama Launch
  • 17 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 4898 Views
  • We are proud to announce that HUH. will be launching Libertine-Libertine's debut underwear and pyjama collection at the London store on Thursday 11 July. Created as part of the contemporary Danish label's Autumn/Winter 2013 collection,...