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Nelson Ghost Town, NV; Barn

Controlled Intentional Camera Shake, based on a 30K wide HDRi taken in Nelson and then used to paint with light. A moving camera in Cinema 4D combined with a longer "exposure" support this controlled effect. Most of the gaps between the wood-boards allowed for this effect.

ENJOY

#TGSHMU2
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Beach Evening California

Controlled Intentional Camera Shake, done with the Cinema 4D.

(The original is a 16K pixel wide rendering.)
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Disney Studios, Burbank, CA

Another shot from my visit. If you have seen the series "ALIAS", you might remember this "tunnel". It is in the underground and connects two buildings, to get the "images" safe from a to b.
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I used again a technique which I call, "C4D Controlled Camera Shake Image". It is based on camera projection and C4D render. But to get the camera projection on this stitched ~120º view image working, there was a little bit more effort needed, more than "click click done" as usual...

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Disney Studios, Burbank, CA

There is quite some dynamic palpable close to the archive. But we all know its center point ;-)
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"C4D Controlled Camera Shake Image", based on camera projection and C4D render.
Enjoy
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Disney Studios, Burbank, CA

Shot as an HDR, then camera projected in Cinema 4D to have parallax change in the image available, and set up as "C4D Controlled Camera Shake Image" for rendering.

Pure fun, as it feels like painting with light and motion.
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Painting with Light and Time [2]

"Intensional Camera Move" is a way to create visuals which comes closer to an im-/expressionistic use of photography.
Anyway, to motion control this effect, I love to explore and define it in Cinema 4D.

Enjoy.
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Painting with Light and Time

I love "Fresco" like colors, combined with a "Stuccolustro" depth feeling.
Those techniques were introduced to me in Italy during one of our intense excursions while studying Architecture.
However, looking back, the visuals have touched me a lot during that time.
Here I explore controlled motion to paint with light and time, and funnily enough, I found those aesthetics mentioned above in them.

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Inside_Out.

"Pavilion For Washing Away Your Thoughts"
Huntington Garden, L.A., CA
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I shot inside of that pavilion my 360º/180º equirectangular.
One of my focus themes has to do with: how we store reality in our memory. While developing it, I thought what would happen when I flip it – Turn It Inside Out.
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I opened Cinema 4D and created a Cylinder with some little adjustments, cloned it, positioned the camera and here it is:
We look from the outside instead from inside and see the outside inside.
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Somehow it resonates very well with me and my view to the world inside me ;o)
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It was hot yesterday, 108ºF/42ºC, time for a fresh image here.

Real Flow for Cinema 4D and an image around it. Done.

Edit: I left this Create Group, not my "tribe" ;o) /edit
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Horizontal Cross, "adapted"

The key idea to use Cinema 4D here was solely based on the fact, that the reality didn't followed along to have each pilar on a cubes vertical edge. So, I tried different ways to get both into sync.

The result was 32K pixels wide, here in 5K optimized for iMac Retina screens, of course the height dictated the width. I hope you enjoy it.
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