In this video by Marc Boussat, Oregonians enjoy the evening Grants Pass' Reinhart Volunteer Park. The last shot in the video is a view of the Caveman Bridge from the bank of the Rogue River.
"It relaxes me," says Dene Bish, of James Excell's Celtic folk harp music. "It alleviates my headaches, reduces tension, tremors and rigidity. Often the effects will last through the evening, until I go to sleep." Bish suffers from Multiple Systems Atrophy and is under hospice care in her home. She looks forward to weekly visits from Excell.
This week we're sharing a video by Fritz Liedtke of a ballet dancer at Oregon Ballet Theater. Liedtke spent part of his day during the dayshoot at OBT in Portland's Summer Intensive class. That day, the class was taught by Roudolf Kharatian, artistic director of the National Ballet of Armenia.
This time lapse video of Portland traffic by Shawn Kim is great fun to watch, especially in the latter half as evening descends and people start showing up and moving around in the windows of the building in the upper right corner of the frame.
One of the ways that Oregonian photographer Mike Lloyd chose to use his time on July 15th was in capturing time lapse videos. Today we're sharing one he took in the hours after midnight, capturing the path of the moon.
Timothy Bullard, photo editor at the Daily Courier, filmed a video that will let you enjoy a summer day on the Rogue River with Gary Berlant, a Grants Pass public defender and musician. In the video, Gary strong arms his way through rapids while playing his harmonica.
Part of our goal for the Project Dayshoot + 30 event was to use
technology that was far less prevalent and easy to use in 1983. So we
added video to the project, and our participating videographers did some
great work. Marc Arnaud Boussat captured mural painters in action at
the corner of D and 6th Street in Grants Pass. They are working on a beautiful mural of the Rivoli Theatre, which operated in Grants Pass from the 1920s through the 1950s.
Part of our goal for the Project Dayshoot + 30 event was to use technology that was far less prevalent and easy to use in 1983. So we added video to the project, and our participating videographers did some great work. Today we're sharing a 'taste' of that work: Wes Pope's video of Oregon raspberries, from farm to market.