This is probably the choppiest video I’ve ever cut. Just watched it again after like a year… I need to use my 135L a lot more… lens is a beast!
Kit like this is really going to change the game.
Just waiting for a cheap-er version :)
Going through my archives, I discovered this piece I shot for Cameron James Wilson. This has inspired a new project I’ll be taking on next month!
I remember shooting this on set not knowing exactly what I was going to do with the footage. I shot on 60fps and for some reason, I had flicker (finger probably knocked the shutter speed dial - rookie error) and I somehow didn’t detect this on the tiny 3” screen.
What was my solution…? TWIXTOR! I slowed down the clips to 2% which gave it a surreal, photo animation look.
I guess there are no mistakes in art :)
Probably the best looking piece of work i’ve shot till date.
I suffer from over-lighting when I shoot. However, all I did for this was bounce a single ARRI 650W off the ceiling and the images just popped!
All the foley sound on the project was added in post, from the door opening to the rustling of the clothes.
Score was arranged by myself using of music from Neumann Films Composer Toolbag
Camera: Canon 5DmkIII (with Magic Lantern RAW hack)
Lens: Canon 24L, Canon 35mm f/2, Samyang 35mm T1.5, Canon 50mm f1.3, Canon 100L
Graded in Davinci Resolve
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Damn ASAP! I love this video! Michael K. Smith is great in this too! Lighting is too dope!