Nepszinhaz Test Shots

Here are some shots from the window of my flat on Nepszinhaz utca. I plan to make a short film out of the window for my project, trying to some how capture the rhythm of life on the street. It fits into my thesis topic which regards gentrification and the district/street. I’d be happy/pleased/ecstatic if people could leave comments letting me know what they think of the angles, shot etc. I think it works quite well, but maybe the picture is too busy…? So that filming out of it static would not work… I would have to choose on what to focus. Nem tudom.

They are all in quite bad quality apart form the last one, so that they don’t take up too much space 🙂

Whoop whoop

Ian

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One Response to Nepszinhaz Test Shots

  1. esma says:

    Dear I think you should also make connections between life on the street and people. It would be nice to see how they operate with space Looking forward for new ones Esma

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