Posts Tagged ‘mounted’

Video Tutorial Shows You How to Mount and Frame Your Own Photographs

While many of us leave it up to the labs to print and mount our photographs, there are those who would like to try their own hand at it. For those more adventurous folks, Tony Roslund has put together a video tutorial that walks you through the process of printing and framing your own photographs from start to finish. Read more…

GoPro Attached to a Trombone Captures Footage Synced to Music

Every so often, we come across a creative video created by someone who decided to mount his or her camera to somewhere or something strange. Examples include a wedding bouquet, inside an underwater torpedo, on the back of a corgi, on a stick, and on a sword.

Here’s a new clever camera-mounting idea that has the web abuzz: for the video above, trombonist David Finlayson (a member of the New York Philharmonic) recorded himself practicing with a GoPro camera attached to the instrument’s slide. The resulting video has camera moves that are perfectly (and naturally) synced with the background music!

(via Laughing Squid)


Update: Well, shucks — it appears that Finlayson has pulled his own video…


Update: Finlayson has the same video available for viewing over on his personal website.

Photographs of Living Spaces Shot with a Ceiling-Mounted Pinhole Camera

Skott Chandler’s House Watch project consists of photographs taken in private living spaces using a pinhole camera fixed to the ceiling.
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Wide Angle View From Camera Mounted to Flying Arrow

Just last month we featured a video showing what life is like for a broadsword, and now here’s a video showing how it feels to be an arrow. Jeremiah Warren decided to attach a small camera with a wide angle lens to an arrow and record it being shot in various ways (straight up, at an angle, etc…). The fletches on the arrow were removed to keep it from spinning too much.

Quick! Someone invent a bullet camera!