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(Make)   Artist demonstrates his sculptures made from connected stacks of paper ... here comes the nightmare fuel   ( blog.makezine.com) divider line
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2013-02-12 07:43:01 AM  
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Niveras: God, even Vimeo is abetting vertical video syndrome now?

Like looking into the future and seeing only jihad, that is by far the most nightmare-inducing part of this article.


So you would prefer the video to be shot in landscape mode?  That would have really been great, having to pull back the camera to get all of the vertical motion in frame so you could get shots of the blank walls to the left and right of the important part of the video.  I certainly prefer that to being able to get a closer shot of the actual content.
2013-02-12 08:23:47 AM  
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0Icky0: Niveras: God, even Vimeo is abetting vertical video syndrome now?

Remember. Vertical photos and paintings are perfectly fine. But don't you dare shoot vertical video.
For some reason.


And that reason is called "aspect ratio".

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