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Looking for a specific Instructable - Video effect with demo cycle ride to RadioShack.? Answered

Probably 18 months ago or thereabouts, someone posted a processing  technique to give an effect which I remember as similar to a blurred version of the David Hockney photo sequences, only on video.  He posted a demo video which I'm pretty sure was a bike ride to his local RadioShack.  
I've spent a looong time trekking back and pushed the Instructables search engine to its limits, but no joy.  

Can anyone put their finger on this Instructable for me? 

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AndyGadget
AndyGadget

Best Answer 10 years ago

Found it!
Although I remembered the effect as being less extreme. Suddenly came to me as I woke up today - It was other work done by the guy who posted THIS Instructable.

Clever things . . . brains.

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lemonie
lemonie

11 years ago

If only they'd tagged it better...

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AndyGadget
AndyGadget

Answer 11 years ago

I've been trying the full might of Google search (with 'site:instructables.com') too but still no luck.

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

They might have deleted it?
But if you can explain what it is that you're after we might be able to find something else?

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AndyGadget
AndyGadget

Answer 11 years ago

Found it!
Although I remembered the effect as being less extreme.  Suddenly came to me as I woke up today - It was other work done by the guy who posted THIS Instructable.

Clever things . . . brains.

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

That's good, thanks for updating me.

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AndyGadget
AndyGadget

Answer 11 years ago

I'm beginning to think that might be the case.
Do you remember the 'Road Dreams' series on Channel 4 in the early 90's?
It was a series of film clips taken across the US, with readings from Kerouac and atmospheric music.  (I remember watching videos of these in . . . let's say 'smoky rooms' - It was that sort of vibe ;¬)  This was taken on Super 8 film and although the Instructable didn't do it this way, the effect was broadly similar, in terms of colour saturation changes and frame blur.
It looks like video post-processing filters are available to do this kind of thing
so I'm acquiring an evaluation copy of a package to do this now.