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SZ James (banned)

Samsara (2011)

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If you haven't heard of Ron Fricke you basically need to watch Baraka, Chronos, and Koyanniqatsi(?)

Ron Fricke is an American film director and cinematographer, considered to be a master of time-lapse photography and large format cinematography. He was the director of photography for Koyaanisqatsi (1982) and directed the purely cinematic non-verbal non-narrative feature Baraka (1992). He designed and used his own 65 mm camera equipment for Baraka and his later projects. He also directed the IMAX films Chronos (1985) and Sacred Site (1986).

Samsara is his latest one and I'm glad to finally watch this streaming.


This is all dope as fug ^

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damn, that dude is incredible.

far and away my biggest weakness as a photographer is that i'm terrible at shooting people. they are far and away the most interesting subjects (besides cats duh) and i've always been squeamish about photographing them candidly (which generally is the best way to capture daily life.) i want to get into time lapse, too. that poo is awesome.

seeing that kind of work reminds me how far i still have to go.

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It was good. Certainly one of those things you want to see in the theater.

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yep just watched it

fuging epic

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