Slo-mo pour over by duncandavidson:
This morning’s slo-mo video probably has more appeal than the last one I made as I’m sure more people will like coffee than blended kale. Today’s challenge was to see about shooting, editing, and posting a slo-mo video entirely from my iPhone with no desktop/laptop/FCPX in the pipeline. Just the iPhone 5S and iMovie. It still took longer than 15 minutes, but I chalk most of that up to the fact it was the first time I’d used iMovie on iOS.
Fun fact: The closing title background video was shot using my finger covering the iPhone’s camera lens and moving it about, then slowing the result down.
The chemistry of cookies - Stephanie Warren breaks down the science behind your favorite treat. (via devour)
There is no movement without the first follower. […] The best way to create a movement is to courageously follow and to show others how to follow.
First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy
3 hours in a helicopter flying around Southern New Zealand with a EPIC in a SHOTOVER. (via sv#11)
Bored Panda: "To celebrate this wonderful and colorful season, we’ve got a beautiful collection of photos of autumn landscapes that highlight the last explosion of rich, vivid color before the coming winter."
- Wow, just Wow! (via loop insight)
"You have to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology"
- Steve Jobs (via imore)
James Montalbano gives Breaking Bad’s periodic title sequence a fan-made extension. (via devour)
Rjukan is situated deep in the narrow Vestfjord Valley in Telemark. Due to the high mountains surrounding the valley, among them The Gaustadtoppen Mountain at 1,883 metres above sea level, there is no sunlight six months of the year (from September to March).
This winter, the darkness will finally come to an end.