ERR: A photographic essay by David Sylvian

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Re: ERR: A photographic essay by David Sylvian

Postby jon10g on Thu Dec 30, 2021 9:55 am

Gabzi Nemo wrote:Jon, you're alive! :D I thought you left for good x)
I can't tell you anything about the book though. I sort of looked at the price tag then ran away.
Glad to see you around though :p


Yes, still here. Not much happening on the Sylvian/Japan front. Looking forward to new Exit North music. Quite liked Jansen’s 126. Would like a CD release if it. Had an email from his Bandcamp saying they might do a CD if they had more music to go with it.
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Re: ERR: A photographic essay by David Sylvian

Postby Halloway on Wed Feb 23, 2022 3:50 am

Does anyone know how Sylvian created the 'messed up' photos? Is he messing around with the Panorama function on his phone camera?
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Re: ERR: A photographic essay by David Sylvian

Postby javier on Wed Mar 02, 2022 12:04 am

Halloway wrote:Does anyone know how Sylvian created the 'messed up' photos? Is he messing around with the Panorama function on his phone camera?


Yes, shooting with an iPhone in panorama mode and slowly panning achieves these type of results. I have done some tests and it seems there are two variables:
1) Whether the car is moving or stationary.
2) Whether the phone is panned L --> R or R --> L.

The style of the final image depends to a great extent on these two factors.

I highly recommend trying it out. Very interesting results and sparks interesting ideas.
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Re: ERR: A photographic essay by David Sylvian

Postby Tin Bird on Thu Nov 03, 2022 6:49 am

In the interview Sylvian just gave, he talks specifically about the process he used for these photographs.
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