See & Saw. Hee & Haw. Ohhh & Ahhh. This blog is an ever-growing collection of curios, oddities, and astonishing visual treats. Honest.
That's a great find Sawsee!For one of Richard Attenborough's recent Life programs, they produced a time lapse of an entire glade over a growing season. It turns out that due to the variables present in outdoor photography, they had to map the glade and grow the plants inside to get the pix. By the magic of green screen special effects, the whole thing looked like it was filmed outdoors, but it was really a clever indoor/outdoor/fx piece. I love time lapse of plants like ivy and other climbing plants. They look very snakelike (some almost look predatory) when their growth is shown in a compressed time frame.Cool stuff!
Hi All! That's very interesting about the green screen usage! It makes sense that it would be easier to control the elements within the studio. Less rain on cameras!And ants checking out the lens.
Hey, Sawsee! I'm happy to see that you are posting again....and, still finding cool stuff to share with us. I hope that all is well with you and yours...and no more bear adventures in your yard!
Hi Lady!Thanks for visiting! No bears but I better knock on wood...Any trips to Santa Fe?
Not lately..... :-(
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