Weekly Dose : The Power Of The Medium

Lately I have been thinking about different creative mediums and how they serve as platforms for evoking different feelings through their unique capabilities. I am a big fan of photography, both digital and analogue, as well as motion film and I think it’s particularly interesting when motion is captured in still photographs. It’s fascinating to me to see a trail of the essence and because there is an absence of the actual movement itself, each viewer interprets and must imagine the movement. Here are a few examples that I found that resonate with me for their simplicity.

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Also — If you are into photography and film, our friends at Emotimo are doing a promotional giveaway to win a free TB3 Black Motions Camera specializing in time-lapse, stop motion and pano.

If you are interested, you can Enter here. It’s a simple 3-step process that takes less than a minute to complete. One winner is chosen at random on August 27th.

Click here to watch a time-lapse video of Vancouver Island, showing the type of results the TB3 can help you achieve.

Content curated by Sara Chars.

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