Threw together a quick reel of the work I've gotten to be a part of in my first year at UC. We've gotten to do some pretty cool things and I'm so eager for what we'll do this coming year. Thankful for this job and the people God has led me to in it.
Also, it's a two part video, so swipe to the right for end.
Go out and find the small smalls things, the little things of the fields and woods. Capture their fleeting, barely noticeable existence. Preserve a memory of something that won't otherwise be remembered and in doing so, keep a tiny moment of yourself, a few minutes that could remind you of the hours of past days. The small things anchor us to the big ones, links in a chain of memories.
These candid pictures of New York cinema audiences were taken by photographer Arthur Fellig, fondly known as "Weegee," using an infrared camera.
In the 1940s Weegee used an infrared camera to photograph patrons in the low light of a movie theater. Children are spellbound or scared; others collapse in laughter. Some people aren't watching the film at all...
While we don't know which movies elicited such behavior, many notable films were screened in the early 1940s, including Pinocchio (1940), Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940), Citizen Kane (1941) and Casablanca (1942). Original text: Amanda Uren mashable.com