Amalgamation Is the Moving Picture Technology
Are you a Harry Potter fan? didn’t you think the moving picture in all od Potter’ films are just wicked? I do, and now moving pictures technology is no only in movies but available for all of us.
The series of pictures you can see changing in black and white were taken by Michael Jang, but the genius behind this moving pictures magic was created by Micaël Reynaud the amazing French motion graphics artist thru his company Dunun and it uses a GIF file that compresses a series of pictures to created animation , blurred faces that emerged one after another.
‘My objective is to create surprising works,’ he writes on his website, adding that he is ‘always aiming to reach the best quality even if some will certainly describe me as a maniac.’
This example of Amalgamation or moving pictures has the length of a 1:24 video, taken from 20 pictures which are below, about these pics the photographer said..
In 1983, a local TV station held a contest for anyone who wanted a chance at reporting the weather. My role was to take head shots of contestants after each screen test. Five winners were chosen out of nearly one hundred applicants. The pictures were never used, but I developed the negatives anyway (without proofing them). These images had been lost until recently and I am seeing them for the very first time.