Posts Tagged ‘cycling’
This is a photo-movie I’ve done at the Fotopub festival, multimedia workshop tutored by Mike Lusmore and Rebecca Harley. For you who don’t understand the proper language, I know subtitles are not “reader friendly”, but I’ll fix that soon.
As for a Fotopub assessment, I thought I know something about multimedia, but I learned just how little do I know. I learned hugely about sound, how to recored it properly, edit it, narrative of sound recording and of course how to stick it together in a photo-movie. I find photo-movie a really huge genre that I’m planning to devote my attention also in the future (so much fun).
Jure Robič died in a car accident today. He was true inspiration for everybody who have met him. He was the only person who won five times Race Across America RAAM and watching him cycling was an experience of humbleness to this great athlete! I’ve met him on Monday at Stožice stadium and I’m made a picture for him as a souvenir, but flash settings overexposed the shot. Only his shots were all overexposed. Only his three shots. Those shots casually taken turned out to be the last shots of Jure…
If I remember correctly Nan Goldin said that she was taking pictures of her friends that were dying, to keep the memories, to keep them alive in her memory, but after their death, photographs are just reminding her how much she’s lost.