CALLING ALL WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, ANIMATORS, & MUSICIANS!
Let’s make more scenes from a fictional film! Check out catamaranwestern’s “Scenes from a Fictional Film” collab and contribute writing, photos, animation + audio!
WRITERS: Find cool photos on the site and add short subtitles, dialogue, voice-over, or narration.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Contribute evocative photos that are in need of text.
ANIMATORS: Make these still photos come to life by adding subtle motion to the frame.
MUSICIANS: Create audio for these animations.
CALLING ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS, GRAPHIC ARTISTS, & WRITERS!
In partnership with SONY, we’re going to be publishing a big book of Photography that will focus on the theme RE: PATTERNS.
Here’s how you can contribute:
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Take Photos of Patterns or anything that is visually repetitive.
GRAPHIC ARTISTS: Create Visual representations of Patterns.
WRITERS: Write something regarding Patterns.
CURATORS: Compile Albums of your favorite Image or Text RECords regarding Patterns.
EVERYONE: Contribute your unique ideas as to how this Book could be published.
Come work w/ us on a new SHORT FILM based on this awesome road tune "Good Nights!"
CINEMATOGRAPHERS & PHOTOGRAPHERS: Grab your cameras! Let’s get more video footage & take more photos of The Road - specifically w/ regards to traffic lights.
VIDEO EDITORS: Use visuals of The Road & start cutting them to the beat of the song.
For our upcoming hitRECordly #3 Live Album, we’re gonna create a book together that tells the story of our Live Shows through the community’s Photography!
PHOTO CURATORS: Curate an Album of all your favorite Live Show photography from these Live Show Collaborations.
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Start remixing Live Show photos into spreads for the book.
REmix by librarygirl6
Text REsource by fractaldust
Point and Shoot
i watch my life unfold through a camera lens;
it goes in and out of focus.
only inside of my mind do the albums exist,
filled with the snapshot memories of years past.
with each experience i want to cherish,
i reach for the shutter release,
(point and shoot)
but even those moments, frozen in time,
(click and reload)
are lost forever.