Ah, Andika! Your video really made me miss you guys, all of you! Please share a hug from me to everybody that was there, because this video warmed up my heart for the whole day. Thanks, brother!
So, JimOnLight.com Community, this video below was taken by Andika Pradana (an amazing photographer/videographer who has lots of imagery on Flickr, Facebook, and Vimeo) when I was in Stockholm at KTH in the fall. Andika is in a group of photographers that I consider a Master of Captured Lumens – the man can capture light among the best.
Skansen is “the first open air museum and zoo in Sweden and is located on the island DjurgÃ¥rden in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833-1901) to show the way of life in the different parts of Sweden before the industrial era.” It’s a pretty cool place – there were some amazing views of the harbor, Stockholm, and the architecture around the city from that island. I have tons of pictures from my travels to that place, I just have to get unbusy for a weekend to sort them!
My KTH class was there observing some of the period structures and how people in those era (1750’s-1850’s) dealt with daylight and available light. We did a lot of sketching in a particular structure assigned by group, and then compared our work to create a 3D representation of the “feeling” of the light in the room. I’ll post pictures of that too, it was quite fun – myself, lovely Valeria Mirarchi, and everybody’s pal, Jonas Godehart. You two are going to be working lighting designers soon, I am so proud of you!
Okay, enough rambling. Check out Andika’s video! He did a great job of capturing the entire project from start to finish:
Skansen (Daylighting Observation) from Andika Pradana on Vimeo.