Olympus PEN Story

“This is the PEN Story in stop motion. We shot 60.000 pictures, developed 9.600 prints and shot over 1.800 pictures again. No post production! Thanks to all the stop motion artists who inspired us.”

Drüben habe ich bereits ausführlich über die Olympus PEN E-P1 geschrieben. Ich mag sie noch immer und würde sie liebend gerne mal ein paar Wochen testen. Wie sieht’s aus, Olympus?

Gefunden bei Marco.

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  1. ich habe sie mir “blind” gekauft & warte nur noch darauf, das der erlösende anruf kommt …

    für mich ist diese cam von der grösse & ausstattung einfach ideal.

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  7. Das Statement beim Video weist (mittlerweile) durchaus explizit auf Quellen hin.
    “Some of the comments we have read here suggest that we should mention the creator of “A wolf loves pork”, Mr Takeuchi Taijin.
    While we were looking for a way to realise a story describing “a journey through time” based on printed images, we were inspired by Mr Taijin’s brilliant work. For this reason we intentionally quoted his work in our little movie while showing full respect to his original idea. We didnt mention his name because we did not want to do so without his prior agreement.
    However after considering some of the comments posted here we have decided to add credits to him and his work, which we obviously absolutely love.”

  8. Das ist interessant, denn die betreuende Agentur hat meine schrifliche Rückfrage gleich zwei mal ignoriert. “Word Of Mouth” soll wohl nur in eine Richtung funktionieren.