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    !!Stunning, Beautiful, Visually Interesting Thread!!

    Theres a cheer me up thread but were do we collect things that are Visually appealing, Beautiful, dramatic ect.. ect..
    Sometimes these things just need a separate thread all of their Own.

    I saw this earlier I think it fits


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    That was an awesome vid.

    This one is a tad more cheesy, I'm afraid, but I'll be damned if it isn't a work of 'moving' art and worth seeing more than just a few times

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    I really recommend this one.

    The Third & The Seventh
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    Everything is made with 3dsmax, Vray, AfterEffects and Premiere.
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    Third and Seventh is one of the best videos ever. Also, Nuit Blanche, thanks to AsaB:



    Koyaanisqatsi is one of the most visually amazing things you can watch. The entire thing is available as one video on YouTube, but it has commercials, and is truly better watched on its own, but here's the trailer:



    And finally, The Fountain... one of the most beautiful stories and films I have ever seen, and one of the best scores, by Clint Mansell, I've ever heard:

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    Don`t mean to be a smart ass about it but usn`t there a "cheer me up" thread for stuff like this?....

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    Talking about beautiful videos: does anybody remember the title of that very touching video about a man creating a CG dream for his wife in coma?? Someone posted here on CA, I've been serching it for weeks but I can't find it...

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    Yes. "World Builder"


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    I posted the second one in the Cheer Me Up thread once because I was pumped for a long time after seeing it. Not sure it fits the general mood of that thread though.




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    These vids by Alberto Mielgo are pretty awesome.



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    [QUOTE=Raoul Duke;2717582]Polaroid is coming back with a vengeance.

    all their cameras are sold out :( i would seriously love one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffix View Post
    all their cameras are sold out i would seriously love one
    Luckily old school Polaroid cameras are cheap and easy to find. The expensive and difficult to find part is the film. I did a little research. The film is far more sophisticated than the camera.

    Here's a video about how they work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raoul Duke View Post
    Luckily old school Polaroid cameras are cheap and easy to find. The expensive and difficult to find part is the film. I did a little research. The film is far more sophisticated than the camera.

    Here's a video about how they work
    I have an sx70 and i use it pritty much daily. Film is not hard to comeby now when the impossible project finally has started to produce film. They have b&w film for the sx 70 and 600 cameras.

    But the new film isnt that much trustworthy. To be honest it can be a bitch to use. But its great fun.

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