Curia (Portugal), feb. 2016 - 35mm
A touch of spring.
From last sunday's stroll at the park - just love these colors!
It has been raining since last week, but I love as well all these moody weather changes...
Have a great week!
Na manhã do passado Domingo alguns membros da comunidade de instagramers juntaram-se ao Igers do Porto para mais um meet. Desta vez na famosa Casa da Música, no Porto, obviamente. Deixo-vos com algumas das fotos que tirei no dia - as minhas preferidas. Podem ainda ver as publicações dos restante participantes em #igersdoporto_casadamusica, no Instagram.
On sunday morning some members of our local instagram community met on our famous Casa da Música (house of music), in Porto - an instameet promoted by Igers of Porto.
Here are some of the pictures I captured that day, my favorites. You can see the others members's posts under #igersdoporto_casadamusica, on Instagram.
B R A N C A by Sofia Motta on Vimeo
Pequeno documentário que pretende retratar a forma como a minha avó, Branca, com demência, está perante a vida: todos os dias são iguais, o tempo parece não passar e a memória só relembra o que a gente não lembra mais.
Esta foi das minhas primeiras experiências em vídeo e a primeira no âmbito documental, sendo o primeiro em trabalho do género com a qual me sinto minimamente confortável em partilhar.
A short documentary film that showcases the way that my grandmother, Branca, spends her days. With dementia, her mind and memory are always playing tricks - everything and every day feels the same and time seems to have stopped.
Only the Past remains.
This was my very first experience related to video documenting and my first video experience that I feel some how confident to share.
Documentário académico para a UC Documentário do Mestrado em Multimédia (FBAUP-FEUP)
Academic documentary for Documentary Film subject (FBAUP-FEUP)
Spring is coming, definitely, that means ~happy me~
Brought home with me some blooms and played a bit with it and decorated the house. Just can get enough of these pretties little things!
As a long term Instagram user I got really concerned about the last news from Intagram. I really think, and agree with everyone else, that it will kinda ruin the whole INSTAgram experience... what a pity. I'm team #chronologyfirst, just #keepinstagramchronological, please.
Also, lately I've been getting very upset with Instagram as well due to its compression when uploading a photo - some color channels turn out very messed up - my orange and yellow sub tones, for instance, get all pinkish or red. I'm starting to get really frustrated with this and sometimes I just give up sharing (some) photos. It happened with these photos too...
Wishing you a great weekend! xx