By Mark Frauenfelder at 2:57 pm Mon, Jan 17, 2011
Filmmaker Ross Harris made a 10-second video consisting of a bunch of photographs of his house, yard, and studio. What a fun way to show off your environment! I want to try doing the same for my place.
10 Second Visit
Is that a Kingston Guitar?
Thought it might be a Teisco.
I really enjoyed that. Watched it three times, and the images that stuck in my head were: a picture of Mr. Spock, the words “Ginger Ale” and of course the sleepy dog at the end. I’d like to make one of these too. :)
Neat! I did a similar video life study of my parents from scanned family photos spanning about 75 years.
I’d like it to last a couple minutes. I enjoy looking at stuff!
I enjoyed it!
If I ever went to Ross’ house I would look for more outtake footage of Elliott Smith! :D
i bet he has tattoos.
This is wonderful. VHS of Mon Oncle! A group of 8mm movie cameras! So many wonderful things.
I am another person who wants to make a similar video.
Bedroom-Mood-Meter, Vernor’e Ginger Ale, Mr. Spock, Philip K. Dick paperbacks, and is that Gary Coleman in the photo at 0:10?
He’s definitely not a member in good standing of the Cult of Less.
I did this a few days ago with all the photos I took last year. It’s a laugh-out-loud hoot to see a thousand-picture year flash by at several frames/sec.
I can’t help but think of how the episode “Bad Timing” of Farscape started. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WxgYulC9aw
Nice set of Rarotongans.
Maybe just remove the paraphernalia before taking the photos
Oh what the heck – party on Dude!
Oh God he has one of those awful tree faces.
Oh – I thought it was Rolf Harris. Disappointment. But at least it was swift!
Want to try your hand at your own 10 seconds of glory? The Soap Factory hosts a Ten Second Film Festival each summer, on the 4th of July in Minneapolis. You can check it out here: soapfactory.org
WOW and I thought I had already had my morning coffee…I suppose I need the 5 Hour energy too :)
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