Game_Over wrote:Just to clarify....
The "see-through" man can be seen through the guy in the chocolate brown shirt.
The guy in the brown shirt is standing between the guy with the golden jersey and the guy in the white shirt with the yellow baseball cap.
The sim who "appears" behind him is wearing a dark blue shirt and can be seen "through" the guy in the chocolate brown shirt.
Game_Over wrote:If it is merely a result of some video artifact or trick of videography, I stand corrected.
"Ten years later, storyteller’s video captures street-level anguish as horror unfolds"
By Peter Korn . The Portland Tribune, Sep 8, 2011, Updated Sep 8, 2011
"Ten years seems like long enough to David Vanadia to hold on to a piece of American history. On Sept. 11, 2001, Vanadia, a Pearl District resident and a professional storyteller, was living in Manhattan, not far from the World Trade Center towers. A video he shot of the falling towers and the anguish of people on the street is being shown for the first time this month, the 10th anniversary of that fateful day."
http://thetribonline.net/news/print_sto ... 9396381800
"I’m David, a storyteller who is passionate about practicing and teaching the art of applied narrative.
I began storytelling professionally in 1994. Since then, my original performances have been heard on stages of all kinds in the United States and abroad" (...)
“Steve Rosenbaum is passionate about telling authentic visual stories. Raised in a family of storytellers (his mother was a writer; his uncle a White House correspondent), Rosenbaum was a filmmaker and magician before he began his career as an intern in an edit room at CBS News over 20 years ago. It was in this rarefied news environment that Rosenbaum discovered an unexpected gap between visual storytellers and the tools needed to produce a broadcast news story.”
reichstag fireman wrote:Dear Game_Over,
Like you, I was initially persuaded..
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