This time the topic was #rebel and the speaker was a guy who's trying to do things the opposite way than how we're normally used to doing them.
Therefore I took a medium that's used to make still images and made a motion picture with it, and then took a medium that was used in motion picture industry and made still images with it.
For the moving video I used Polaroid frames (again, thank you guys from PolaroidLove for giving us the beautiful FP-100C!) and for the stills I used Cinestill film. This film was actually used for shooting movies and the super talented Brothers Wright found a way to process it and packed it into 35mm film canisters so that we can enjoy the gorgeous latitude and other characteristics of this tungsten balanced motion picture cinema film in our cameras. (Btw. I pushed it 2 stops, there was a hell of a dark, and later tweaked a tiny little bit in Lightroom.)
And two shots from Pentax 67 and Portra 160...
The first time I actually spoke to the guys from Nestereo was in a phone call three days prior to the Nestereo Morning. Sue had her birthday and I waited for her near Václavák. Then a random girl I'd never seen before came to me with a phone in her hand with "this is for you". On the display I could see that "Ondra Nestereo" is calling.
There he was, the guy from Nestereo I knew I'd be shooting in three days (if I manage to wake up), trying to make fun of a random guy waiting on the street, telling him to give a hug to the random girl. While he thought I wouldn't know who he is, I did. And so I thought I could make a little fun of him too and responded to him like an old friend "hey Ondra...ok I'll give a hug to the girl...and see you on friday morning, I got some plans with you guys for what to shoot." I got a few moments of silence from the phone. I hope he was at least a bit confused.
Only later I got to know that it would be Tom (not Ondra) to give the speech. Never mind.