The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo.
vimeo is dead too.
thats an awesome vid
"I once learned not to believe on everything I saw on pictures. Not so long ago I learned the same about videos. I used to trust my girlfriend and she cheated on me. Now what is left to trust? Definitely not me, because I just lied about this all!" -Vincent Bouchard (aka me)
I bookmarked this video! This was one of the best videos I seen in a long time! True beauty :)
That's some really good cg. I am very impressed with this video.
I was away for the weekend, happy to read you again ;)!
and before you know it, we won't need to take real naked pictures of real girls anymore... what's that? it's already happening?...Dear God...
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photography is still having breakthrough technological advancements though, like the new 3d camera
nice video, can u do this ?
Oh wow. I love this.
It's completely true, and a little scary. It kind of makes me think about law enforcement actually and how criminal organizations may be able to counterfeit evidence that would get them off the hook.
Wow. I wonder how long it will take video games to have better frame rate than real life.
photos in the video are beautiful, very inspirational, indeed. :o thanks.
trippy stuff. good post :D
dam........now I feel sad
Photography will never be dead, how are you suppose to document the past or future through sight without taking a picture? Also as everyone has different views on what photography is, it is forever changing and therefor will always be around. Nice Video.
photography is never deeead.! xD
this video is absolutely amazing....does this mean cameras will be obsolete in the future? probably in the sense of professional graphic design, but you know for the general user cameras will always be in demand
kewl, lol. Followin you
I don`t know what to say...
i agree with the original poster
well photography has branched off, but the original art isnt dead