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Drew Wells
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Surprisingly modern visualization of the element's proportions on the earth's surface from 1970 by Prof. William Sheehan.
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Yosemite Time-Lapse and Gear
+Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill backpacked 200+ miles with 70 pounds of equipment to create a stunning cinematic time lapse video of Yosemite National Park. The video stands is a work of art and it's so breathtaking you'll want to know how they did it. 

- Video: http://vimeo.com/87701971
- The Gear: http://www.projectyose.com/
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"Submerged Turntable" sounds like it was copied from a hurricane emergency center lost and found list but I found the actual piece beautiful and fascinating.
Created by Evan Holm, http://evanholm.com
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"Which brings us to Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings' video for “Stranger To My Happiness” directed by Rob Hatch-Miller and Paloma Basu. It's a deceptively modest performance clip, full of sensitive hand-held camera work and intuitive no-frills editing, tilting all of the focus onto Ms. Jones' fiery charisma. What immediately stands out about the video is Jones' bald head, the result of chemotherapy that she's still receiving following a pancreatic dancer diagnosis in June of last year. But observe how the video doesn't make a big deal about the physical evidence of Jones' cancer. It refuses to treat her as an oddity or someone to gawk at, while still allowing her to become a symbol (very much on her own terms) of perseverance."
( source: http://noisey.vice.com/blog/sharon-jones-stranger-to-my-happiness-review )
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"In the same way that the transition from film to digital is now taken for granted, the shift from cameras to networked devices with lenses should be obvious. "
Goodbye, Cameras
Goodbye, Cameras
newyorker.com
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