LA Light: The Electric Radiance of Los Angeles at Night

LA Light: The Electric Radiance of Los Angeles at Night

LA Light is a truly stunning, serene time-lapse short film by filmmaker Colin Rich, which has been nominated for Best Lyrical Video at the 2012 Vimeo Festival+Awards. The acclaimed film brilliantly captures the electric radiance of Los Angeles at night, paired with the lushly stellar music of Cinematic Orchestra’s To Build A Home from their album Ma Fleu.

LA Light: The Electric Radiance of Los Angeles at Night

(Best Viewed in Full-Screen Mode, with Scaling Off)

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The Ironic Red Hot Downtown Booty Dance!

Photography by: Cyril Helnwein, Los Angeles

The Ironic Red Hot Downtown Booty Dance!

Downtown is a wonderful series of stunning black-and-white fine art nude photographs by Cyril Helnwein, shot guerrilla style at night on the streets of downtown LA, using only available ambient light from street signs and lamp posts. The photographs are accompanied by a video slide show of the images from the Downtown series. Booty Dance is a gleefully sexy one-minute short film, also by LA photographer Cyril Helnwein, comprised of behind-the-scenes footage of a model fooling around during a photo shoot. The unforgettable face was drawn on the model by the legendary comic artist Dan Panosian.

Mix it all together, and you’ve got the Ironic Red Hot Downtown Booty Dancer!

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Downtown: A Video Slide Show by Cyril Helnwein

The Ironic Red Hot Downtown Booty Dance!

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A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

The East Side of Los Angeles on a Sunny Day a is another short film that uses amazing tilt-shift time-lapse photography. Clark Vogeler’s tilt-shift photography narrows the depth of field, making Los Angeles look like a miniature toy city. The “model city” effect combines selective focus, the angle of light, and speed of playback to trick the viewer into thinking they’re looking at footage of a scale model. Elevation is also an important factor. By positioning the camera above the subject, the viewer looks down upon the scene, which dramatically enhances the effect.

A Wee Tiny Los Angeles on a Bright Sunny Day

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