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Color Sound Photography

Scott Rippee @ 4:36 pm October 3rd, 2010

Canon Pixma: Bringing colour to life from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

The combination of technologies and creativeness to produce really amazing stills and time lapse clips.


India Photographs

Scott Rippee @ 12:40 am April 12th, 2010

After spending much time post editing, and in the process discovering how much I like Lightroom 3 (beta 2) over Aperture 3, I’ve finally posted the photographs. Clicking on a banner will show the photoset:

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'Tina's Wedding - Bhucho Khurd, India' set on Flickriver

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'Agra (Taj Mahal) - India 2010' set on Flickriver

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'Bathinda - India 2010' set on Flickriver

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'Golden Temple - Amritsar, India' set on Flickriver

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'Rock Garden - Chandigarh, India 2010' set on Flickriver

India was a great experience and I’m very appreciative of how kind Tina’s family was and how welcome they made us feel. Getting to see and be a part of the wedding was an experience I will not forget.


India 2010 - New Delhi Drive to Agra

Scott Rippee @ 12:44 am March 24th, 2010

These photos were taken when traveling from New Delhi to Agra with Ashish, Kirby, and Evan to see Taj Mahal. This was our first real glimpse of India and we were completely saturated with things we had never seen before. We must have asked Ashish hundreds of questions.

scotts_a_big_dork - View my 'India 2010 - New Delhi Drive to Agra' set on Flickriver


Hong Kong Slam Jam with MC Yan by Thomas Lee

Scott Rippee @ 4:13 pm March 20th, 2010

I found this after finding Thomas Lee’s photograph. Lots of movement from the DSLR being carried around, in/out of focus, and deliberate rack focuses give a great raw feel.

Hong Kong Slam Jam with MC Yan from Thomas Lee on Vimeo.

Where would you go?

A Door to Anywhere // 隨意門 from Thomas Lee on Vimeo.

Thomas Lee has an interesting gallery The Olympic Eyes showing security cameras and security watching over the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

For the Olympics, Beijing has installed some 300,000 closed circuit cameras and spent $12-billion on related security. There were reportedly 100,000 policemen on Olympics duty, excluding volunteers and civilian recruits. The watch was a spectacle in itself.

All the security and surveillance upgrades have stayed after the Olympics, and the homeland security boom is spreading to other 660 designated “safe cities” across China. Many human rights groups have pointed out that the technology will be — and has been — directed at protests and dissenters.


Waiting for Ride

Scott Rippee @ 12:26 am September 12th, 2009


Central Camp Creek Trail

Scott Rippee @ 2:53 am September 2nd, 2009


Central Camp Creek Trail, originally uploaded by scotts_a_big_dork.

Double Hooked

Scott Rippee @ 7:24 pm August 25th, 2009


Kanedra

Scott Rippee @ 8:17 am August 25th, 2009


Two Headed Spy in San Francisco

Scott Rippee @ 8:15 am August 25th, 2009


Return of the Dorks

Scott Rippee @ 7:55 am April 2nd, 2009

It’s great when the non Star Wars uber fans show up to cause trouble. :) Triumph, back off the RISK!


Quicksilver tech talk by developer (Nicholas Jitkoff)

Scott Rippee @ 8:42 pm September 29th, 2008

Quicksilver is one of my favorite and most used apps on the Mac. Nicholas Jitkoff covers some of the more interesting Quicksilver features than the basic launcher I’ve been using it for.


Innovation, part 2

UnderpaidLoveMonki @ 6:38 am May 3rd, 2008

Having blogged about innovation, here’s another article on innovation — an interview with Pixar’s Brad Bird. It pretty much explains what’s needed to develop new products and fostering innovation.

Involved people make for better innovation… Involved people can be quiet, loud, or anything in-between—what they have in common is a restless, probing nature: “I want to get to the problem. There’s something I want to do.” If you had thermal glasses, you could see heat coming off them.

The first step in achieving the impossible is believing that the impossible can be achieved. … “You don’t play it safe—you do something that scares you, that’s at the edge of your capabilities, where you might fail. That’s what gets you up in the morning.”


Hiding from Big Brother

Scott Rippee @ 1:48 pm April 23rd, 2008

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That’s what she said

Scott Rippee @ 2:17 pm April 20th, 2008

I want to play ball with my kids before I get too old, and before that happens I need to get laid, and before that happens I need to be in love, and I don’t want to hear edddon’tknow I can’t help eddon’tknow. No, No I’m a catch and I’m not going to be the one that got away.



There’s nobody I hate enough to write her name on this card.

brilliant


Brobinius

Scott Rippee @ 1:52 pm April 20th, 2008

I was going to put in the time and get a forked ruby out to fill in some feature gaps, but the maker of tender love beat me to it.

Brobinus adds some much needed features like Object#tase! and brobinius –screencast my_code.rb for youtube integration. link