- Last Record: 2013-05-22 01:41:51 +0300
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i can't say enough about the beautiful photography that is posted on this site! its so beautiful and inspiring :) I first saw swaylooza's REmix which is incredible!! and ran with the idea! Thanks again to all the REsources!
I am an actor, and this is one of my theatrical headshots that I use when I go to auditions.
My actor website is www.charlesmartingarcia.com
(Photography/ Editing: Lynn Moore)
SOOO.... HERE IT IS!!!! The final edit of "An Elevated Love Story" it's the high res version with a few new sound and picture fixes that I think make everything a little cleaner and more enjoyable for your viewing pleasure!
Thank you again for all of your love on this little film!
He is still dreaming of the woman who will paint a rainbow of love on the monochromatic sky of his existence.
Just quick jump on hitrec...
I took part of TravellingGonzo's Tiny Story "She colors the World" and remixed it with "Coloring Anomaly" by BDratch.
The beautiful artwork was created by BDratch and the text was adapted from "The Kiss" by SloaneAvery but i cant't seem to cite her work right now(?!?). I'll keep trying to make sure her hard work gets the credit it deserves.
Creative Toolbox Paint, Paint.net, Picmonkey.com
Source Art and Photos
Once I'd read the poem, I thought of doing a video like this. For four months, I've been scrolling through hundreds of pictures across the website and looking through a few of my own. I wanted pictures that seemed natural, unique and seemed like it would have an interesting story beind it. I had strict guidelines in what I wanted, except they didn't apply to every photo. It really amazed me when I looked through the descriptions of many of the photos and where they were taken.
My interpretation of the story is that he and the woman reading the poem have been travelling the world and at first the photographer was really sweet, but then he showed his true, photographer self and put photography before her.
Anyway, I've really enjoyed doing this and I hope you like it...and maybe you could improve it?
UPDATE: I've just finished resourcing, but if I've left any records out, please say. I'm glad the videos gotten so much positive feedback. Thanks.
This is one of those things where I had no idea what I was doing with it, or where it would end up...and this is what it is.
It's a stream of consciousness. Pretty much any time I attempt to free write anything that comes to mind, it ends up in the same direction: My fear of failing in the film world, running out of time, being old etc. I don't know why I always go there.
"Always waiting for something
For the next day off
For this job to end
For the next big break
For the next good news
For life to begin
And we forget
That our clocks never stopped
They always kept on ticking
Even if you hated where you were at
Even if you were counting down the days
The trail gets shorter and shorter with each passing moment
Even if you stand still
The clock continues ticking.
Realizations that I’m living in the past
And always talking about the future
While missing right now
All I have is time
Everyone’s graduating college
All I have is time
They’re starting their families
All I have is time
They’re having their children
All I have is time
And my biggest fear is still being here
When the “have” turns to “had”
Sometimes I feel like I’m running out
But then I remember
That today was going to come either way
And there are no rules to this life
No set itineraries
No promises, or guarantees
This is our time
Spend it how, and in every way
Because it won’t last for ever.
I will make it in to film."
This one especially is inspired by MattConleys tumblr post:http://mattconley.tumblr.com/post/2568053665/time-is-a-funny-thing-time-is-a-very-peculiar
Although I was inspired by a lot of different things while making this, that quote haunts me. And a new earth was on my iPod on repeat while making this as well. I have the same format as Wirrows video because of it, and because crispyfuller said that the words are relatable, so instead of VO'ing it, I thought it'd be better to read it how you want.
This is a remix of the tiny story 'Dreamers' by Sophie Myles (wolf-fucker). I thought this story would look best on an American dollar bill so I scanned one in and remixed away.
Imagine a world where we are paid not with money, but with sleep.
And the richest man on earth would live his life dreaming of the most wonderful things.
Look what I just got my hands on --- the very first issue of The hitRECorderly, our brand new subscription series!
"Little Red Riding Hood Redux" is our inaugural issue and I'm really proud of this gorgeous full-color book the hitRECord community and I have created together. I really love when the stuff we work on together becomes a physical record.
This book we made is based on an adaptation I did of the original Brothers Grimm fairytale (which is sexist as all fuckin hell!) Our version's got a different take on the story and we've packed this book with feminist essays and various reactions to the new tale.
I loved JulesKD's "But What If I Want To Be Eaten?" record so much I just had to do a little reading of it in this here video. :o)
You gotta hurry and order your copy as these are a limited edition run of 2,000 so get it while the getting's good!
Single copies are available in The RECord Store for $20, but you'll save cash by subscribing to The hitRECorderly and you'll get a new issue every season!
You can subscribe here: http://www.hitrecord.org/store/recorderly.html
FCP by Dr. Gory
Illustration of RegularJOE's 'Universe.1'
"Somewhere in this vast universe, there grows a boy. And somewhere in this boy, there grows a vast universe. "