Lighting is the secret to any good photo. But why stop there? Jeff Goldblum (with the help of GE Link) wants you to make your whole life look like one big (hilarious) photo shoot. According to our most trusted dinosaur doctor Jeff, ‘now you can get successful guy lighting at normal guy prices…for an embarrassingly small amount of money you can kiss your horribly lit non-successful life goodbye.’ Well, Jeff, I’m sold.
Have you ever thought ‘man, I wish I had a pet camera drone I could wear as a bracelet on my wrist and release to do my biddings whenever I need a hands-free selfie?’ Well, if you have you are luck, because it now exists. Nixie is an entry in Intel’s wearable competition here in SF next month. We will see how this little photobug does.
This wedding is actually a dear friend of mine’s sister. I have never met her but she is totally bad ass, as you can see. I’ve always loved the idea of a wedding being about the a couple and not what guests want from them. This to me is the ultimate example of proving love through partnership, putting your life in each others hands, and well, scaling a mountain together. Its a truly beautiful moment in a total strangers life. And I, of course, cried.
This stunning short by Cirque du Soleil shows how precise and graceful the interactions between humans and robots can be.
Cirque du Soleil, ETH Zurich, and Verity Studios have partnered to develop a short film featuring 10 quadcopters in a flying dance performance. The collaboration resulted in a unique, interactive choreography where humans and drones move in sync.
Micheal Jackson. Awesome. Dance Mixes to Popular 80s hits. Awesome. Insanely slick dance moves… Do I even need to keep going? Stop reading and watch this already.
Here at HSA, we are big fans of Casey Neistat. He’s a worldly fellow who makes makes beautiful and thoughtful documentaries. So it of course makes sense that he would use his talents to unveil some of the most important moments of his life. Congrats Candice and Casey!!!
Burning Man. It’s not for everyone, but it’s beauty is. Personally, I have been five times. I hate the heat and don’t do drugs. But I love the break from reality where people actually talk to you not at you and there is no where you need to be but besides exactly where you are. It’s such a raw and haunting place filled with so much beauty (both visually and in spirit.) This series of timelapses gives you good glimpse into the wonderful and mysterious event that bring tens of thousands to the Nevada desert each year.