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Shanghai usually calms down a lot around eleven at night. Of course it's never really sleeping, but compared to New York... I got to stop comparing them. xD The City That Sleeps After 23:00., originally uploaded by MK Media Productions.
We're shooting a 35 mm short this weekend and one of the shooting locations has this amazing view. Runs With Clouds., originally uploaded by MK Media Productions.
Nanpu bridge, old houses, and in the distance: modern Expo 2010 buildings. That's Shanghai! Look at it in large, that's much better. I cropped the image in a aspect ration of 2.35:1, due to the movie look. I think that matches. Order a print. Shanghai, Summer 2009., originally uploaded by MK Media Productions.
New York City, as seen from the Empire State Building. With HDR glasses. If there are any. Order a print. The Big Apple., originally uploaded by MK Media Productions.
I finally finished editing my showreel, now that I'm back from New York. I shot some stuff from the exhibition there for the reel. Actually, there's no need to talk about what's in it, just watch it! Jakob Montrasio :: Cinematography Showreel 2009My works from the last couple of months :: Enjoy. Contact me :: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype :: jakob.montrasio Linke...
Pictures from the opening of the China Prophecy: Shanghai exhibition in the New York Skyscraper Museum.
On June 24 2009, The Skyscraper Museum in New York City opened China Prophecy: Shanghai, a multi-media exhibition that examines Shanghai's evolving identity as a skyscraper metropolis. Featuring models of the major iconic structures, including Jin Mao, Tomorrow Square, Shanghai World Financial Center, and the new super-tall Shanghai Tower, as well as computer ...