Kew House Photosynth

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bronekkozka

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Date Created 7/25/2009
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jimcseke Over 1 year ago
Found this by accident. The woman’s face got me curious. I assumed this was going to be a face synth, so I thought I would check it out. A pleasant surprise. You told a mystery story and you did a wonderful job. The slow movements of the woman, and sometimes her almost unnoticeable shifts, her mirror reflection. Very creative.Well done conveying the emotion of the moment. The same can be said about your Test Car. A perfect little short film. You must be a professional photographer or a film maker of sorts. Either way, you work is very intriguing . More of this type of experimenting please.
bronekkozka Over 1 year ago
Thanks for your comments, please feel free to check out my website : Kozka.com, the synth is an extension of my other work, if only there was a stand alone , non down load version !!!!


Hope you get this message, might try to send it to you , bit of a novice on this forum.

Actually the car synth will hopefully be intergrated into the room synth...

Bronek
jimcseke Over 1 year ago
I did (obviously) get your message. Checked out your website and.... wow! Absolutely beautiful, original works of art. This is the type of photography which I have always admired. Mind you, I have not seen anything quite like these. Your fan base just increase by one more, albiet, weekend photographer with a point and shoot canon, but stil able to recognize works of art. I can't imagine the amount of planning involved to create these images. How do you decide on some of the people in your scenes? If you have the time, could you give just an idea of the formulation of Kew House?
Even without Photosynth, your work is stunning. Love the guy with the "white power" tats in your gallery.I think Photosynth is a wonderful way to tell your stories.
Please consider more projects for this site. (Pointclouds are just a part of this site)
If a picture is worth a thousand words then in this synth I count 166,000. Someone with a better vocabulary could easily double that.
jimcseke Over 1 year ago
On second thought, ignore the request for the information on your process. It would take away from the mystery that you intended to create.
jimcseke Over 1 year ago
Checked into your website more and found the Kew House Shoot video. I didn't expect to see that number of people behind the scenes. I assume each plays an important role in the finished work. Part of that process involves you planning and coordinating up to and beyond the final shot. And after all is said and done and edited... will it be what you expected? I snap pics of tree stumps, rocks, not much can go wrong.

Sets, costume, auditions, lighting, equipment... just picking these out of thin air,I know there is alot more invvoled. And everything does not always go as planned . You obviously love what you do. I love of the creative process. Seeing how people forge ahead with their vision despite all the negative influences.
eg: Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth (the making of, DVD extras) is a must see. It almost killed him. He obviously loves what he does.

Photosynth is partly a public experiment and hopefully, you continue to add to its potential.
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