shortfilm

SCARS film

Set Photographer Describes Shooting a Film Inspired by a Reddit Thread

"SCARS" is a powerful short film about the role that lying can play and the effects it can have in our lives. My team and I had a wonderful -- albeit fast -- weekend working alongside the film crew to help create the visual content to help promote this story, from in-character social media profiles to microsites and, of course, the movie poster.

How a Wildlife Photographer Rescued Four Baby Red Squirrels

Wildlife photographer Dani Connor was photographing red squirrels in Sweden last year when she discovered four baby orphaned squirrels. In this beautiful 30-minute short film she made, titled The Squirrels & Me, Connor shares how she rescued the baby squirrels and then befriended a family of them.

Mesmerizing Macro Photos of Ink Shot on the DJI Pocket 2

The DJI Pocket 2 is a travel vlogging device and using it outside that sphere is rarely considered by those who own one. Given the restrictions on travel from 2020, Vadim Sherbakov decided to see if he could make use of the little camera beyond its original intent.

Macro Timelapses of Organisms Drying Out

"Dry Out" is a new short film by Vienna, Austria-based photographer Christian Stangl. Using macro lenses and a microscope, Stangl shot timelapses showing various organic things drying out.

A 2-Year Timelapse of Amsterdam Through the Seasons

My long-awaited timelapse film about my current hometown Amsterdam is finally finished! This film consists of footage shot during a 2 year period (mostly before COVID), has all different seasons transitioning into each other and even has a lunar eclipse above the city skyline.

The Red Prison: My Photo Exhibition in a Saddam-Era Jail

When people ask me my favorite places on Earth, typically I respond like this: the best food is in Ethiopia, the best historical sites are in India, but the best people are in Kurdistan. For that reason, I have been pulled back to Kurdistan as a photographer again and again.