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The first trailer for the Pete Souza documentary, ‘The Way I See It,’ has been released

08 Aug

The first trailer for the forthcoming Pete Souza documentary, The Way I See It, has been released, providing a glimpse into what we can expect from the feature-length documentary.

Pete Souza has served as Chief Official White House Photographer under two presidents, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Between his tenure at those positions, as well as his time as a photojournalist, he’s captured some of the most iconic shots of life in and beyond the Oval Office, with unrivaled access to two of the most iconic presidents from either party.

The official movie poster for The Way I See It

The Way I See It documentary is based on the New York Times #1 bestseller book of the same name. It provides ‘an unprecedented look behind the scenes of two of the most iconic Presidents in American History, Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, as seen through the eyes of renowned photographer Pete Souza,’ as shared in the trailer’s description. ‘As Official White House Photographer, Souza was an eyewitness to the unique and tremendous responsibilities of being the most powerful person on Earth. The movie reveals how Souza transforms from a respected photojournalist to a searing commentator on the issues we face as a country and a people.’

The film is due out in theaters September 2020, but we’ll see if that comes to fruition amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. You can find out more about the film by visiting The Way I See It website.

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Mapplethorpe movie trailer arrives ahead of film’s US theatrical premiere

09 Jan

A new trailer has given the public its first look at Mapplethorpe, a biopic chronicling the life of controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, whose provocative work earned him fame in 1970s America. The movie, which was written and directed by Ondi Timoner, first debuted to a limited audience at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, but will receive a wider release in US theaters on March 1, 2019.

Mapplethorpe was best known for his black-and-white portraits and photographs of New York’s underground scene. The photographer’s first solo exhibition took place in 1973 at the Light Gallery in New York City featured photos captured with a Polaroid camera. Mapplethorpe later transitioned to a Hasselblad medium format camera. The photographer’s fame flourished through the 1980s up to his death from AIDs in 1989.

The biopic stars Matt Smith of Dr Who fame as Robert Mapplethorpe, Marianne Rendon as Patti Smith, and Hari Nef as Tinkerbelle.

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3 things that will bug photographers about the Polaroid movie trailer

01 Jul

If you want more proof that the youth are taking an interest in film photography, you’ll have to travel no farther than your local multiplex this summer. ‘Polaroid’ the film – but not that kind of film – arrives in US theaters this August, and promises plenty of ‘Ring’-style scares and thrills. In fact, it’s produced by the same minds that brought us ‘The Ring’ and ‘The Grudge,’ so you can pretty much guess how things go when a high school student stumbles across an antique Polaroid camera and starts photographing her friends.

On the surface it looks like your average popcorn-friendly flick, but photographers may have a hard time looking past a few bothersome details we spotted in the trailer. Here they are in no particular order.

The flash is comically bright and doesn’t do anything

Is the flash on this camera powered directly by the sun? How has anyone who’s been photographed by this camera retained their eyesight? It’s unbelievably bright. On top of that, it doesn’t even seem to have any effect on the image – the first subject we see photographed looks to be lit only by the tungsten bulb next to her despite a blinding flash that lit up the whole room.

The screeching flash capacitor

Not only is it needlessly bright, the flash makes a piercing noise as the capacitor supposedly charges it. An entire studio of professional strobes all re-charging at once wouldn’t make that much noise. It’s way too loud for a small on-camera flash, and should be an obvious clue that demons inhabit this camera.

The pristine instant film that comes with an antique camera

This camera came out of a dusty old box with a bunch of film in mint condition? Okay, sure. Maybe possessed Polaroids have a much longer shelf life than the garden-variety stuff. If that’s the case, somebody let the Impossible Project know.

Be sure to watch the full trailer (if you’ve got the stomach for it) and let us know in the comments if we missed anything.

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Steampunk Micro-Home: Mobile Shabby Chic Trailer Rocks Lofty Aesthetic

16 Apr

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Borrowing stylistic details from urban warehouse lofts and rustic rural cabins, this 200-square-foot home manages to look weathered and sophisticated at the same time.

Reclaimed pine and cedar, a gabled roof and various recycled materials make the exterior of this abode look well-worn but welcoming.

Inside, the so-called Earth and Sky Palace feels surprisingly spacious, complete with a queen bed at one end, bathroom at the other and combination living and dining area in between (as well as small loft above).

While metal, glass and wood detailing help the place feel more upscale (while somehow still minimal), small touches like a large bathroom mirror also help the interior feel larger.

Expensive fixtures and finishes help give an impression of something like a mountain resort lodge, dark but rich in detail right down to the fancy shower heads and butcher-block counter tops.

And it isn’t just about the looks: LED track lighting hooked up to dimmers gives users fine-grained control over the atmosphere, as does an app-controlled air conditioning and surround-sound system. Not bad for $ 74,000.

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Social Climbers: 7 Vertical Trailer Parks for Mobile Urbanites

09 Dec

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trailer house theater set

Addressing the combined challenges of mobility and density, this series of design solutions (both conceptual and actual) turn trailer living into a vertical endeavor. While the image above was alas only a stage set for a theatrical production, there are real-world examples of this approach dating back decades.


Industrialist, developer and mobile housing pioneer Elmer Frey pitched an incredible project in the early 1960s: a set of spiraling skyscrapers designed to house roadworthy mobile homes. The 20-story structures would house over 500 homes each with parking below and restaurants and community spaces above. While this grand vision never came to pass, Frey did not give up so easily.

trailer array multistory structure

Instead, he approach the problem at a smaller scale, hoping to win support for his bigger ambitions. Built near the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota, the SkyRise Terrace was controversial from the time it was constructed.

vertical trailer park

The site provided frameworks for stacking conventional mobile homes, arrayed in an arc around a central shared space. Problems with plumbing and fear of tornados contributed to the deconstruction of this complex a few years after its creation.

mobile home stack fail

In nearby Mankato, the Valley View Apartments complex used similar design principles to create an equally-unappealing set of stacked mobile homes framed by concrete supports. Deemed ugly by critics locally and around the country, this complex also was eventually demolished, but was still not the end of trailer-stacking history.

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Telescoping Trailer: Expanding Teardrop Camper Triples in Size

11 Sep

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trailer triplings

The 3X trailer deploys with the push of a button, tripling its interior space in a matter of seconds, turning a cramped road can by day into an expansive set of rooms at night.

3d trailer interior

telescoping trailer bedroom

Designed by French company Beauer, the nesting camper is about 8.5 by 6 feet in its travel-ready configuration, but the shorter dimension turns in the longer one (15 feet) when deployed.

Its fixtures conveniently slot into place, unfolding to become parts of a set of bedroom, kitchen, living and dining areas (complete with refrigerator, stove, microwave, sink and toilet).

trailer work space

Portable tanks for potable and gray water systems are also included. Its compact configuration is ideal not just for taking it on the road but storing it in parking spots, driveways or garages when not in use.

telescoping toilet system

With a price tag of around $ 25,000 USD, the units may not be cheap but come packed with amenities. Currently for sale in France, plans are in place to expand sales throughout Europe and eventually around the world.

3x trailer new

A larger variant with built-in towing vehicle (shown above) is also in development, utilizing similar space-saving and expansion strategies in addition to other caravan buildouts. Perhaps one model or another could take the action as its name: the Tripling has a nice ring to it.

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Watch the trailer for ski movie shot with gyro-stabilized 4K rig

30 Aug


Back in April we posted about the GSS C520 – a five-axis gyro stabilized 4K cinema system being used by Teton Gravity Research to shoot a feature film about skiing. If the preview footage is any indication, it’ll be pretty intense, putting the 4K rig to work in some impressive locations. The trailer is available online now – click through to see the preview footage in all its high-definition glory. 

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Movie Trailer- The Heroic Saw Guy

14 Feb

A local kid saves his friend from a rotten cherry tree with the worst chainsaw ever. Shot with a Nikon D5000. The kid also wants to buy a Nikon D3X to take photos of the Lion’s Club banquet. Shot in PeeWeed Valley, KY, Starring Sean Oddworld
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EVOL – Official Theatrical Trailer 2010

09 Feb

EVOL Theatrical Trailer Title: EVOL Genre: Action, Crime, Thriller Running Time: 107 min Release: TBA Production company: Ghettorade Entertainment Starring: Dennis Lafond, Pascal “Colossus” Aka, André Givogue, Daniel Lavigne. Writer/Director: Pascal Aka Produced by: Pascal Aka, André Givogue Synopsis: Randy Love (Dennis Lafond), former bodyguard of a deceased business mogul finds out that his client left behind three sons known as Volcano, Earthquake and Hurricane. Before his death, the business man secures a life insurance policy on his sons worth 3 million dollars. As a result of their strong friendship and trust, the father assigns Love as the beneficiary. Miles Harrison (Pascal Aka), another former client of Randy Love, tempts Randy to arrange the deaths of the sons in order to acquire the money. Love is left with one choice, either to start anew as the son’s bodyguard or succumb to the manipulations of his greed.


Trailer: Nikon School: A Hands-On Guide to Creative Lighting

04 Feb

Professional photographers Bob Krist and Joe McNally are featured in what is far-and-away the best resource to date on Nikon’s speedlight system and how to use CLS effectively. It starts with Krist in the studio teaching you the basics — and nuts-and-bolts control how-to’s — then goes out into the field. There, Bob takes on the roll as the color man to Joe’s lead as they work together to pull off a variety of sophisticated shots using Nikon speedlights. Congrats to Nikon for significantly dialing up the educational portion video as compared to the “Speed of Light” DVD of a few years ago. Yes, it is specific to the Nikon system and designed to help sell gear. But the educational content is there — they show everything you would need to know. (Uploaded with permission from Nikon.)
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