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Now everything you need to know to get the best out of your time lapse, is in your back pocket! This truly one-of-a-kind handy guide is packed with valuable time-saving information to ensure success on every time lapse you shoot. Take away the guess work and let your Time Lapse Planning Chart do the math, with over 100 pre-calculated time combination scenarios, know the exact interval in which to take your photos with one quick glance; or use our Custom Interval Equation to determine time lapse variables beyond the 100 referenced in the chart. Always arrive prepared with Multiple Equipment Checklists from your lenses down to that elusive tripod plate screw. Let your photos reach their utmost potential with 10 Tips for a Successful Time Lapse.
This one-sheet study guide is ideal for professionals to beginners as a reference or “cheat sheet” and checklist for every time lapse preparation through to production. Easy to read and printed at high quality 300 dpi inside a sturdy 3mm laminate, this 11 1/2 x 4 3/4 Study Guide fits perfectly into your back pocket and is a must have for any time lapse enthusiast.
Also includes multiple QR codes on the back for quick access to web articles filled with information to help compliment your time lapse. Samples of the contents on the sheet can be seen below.
This weeks theme: Black and White
Directed by: Arev Manoukian
Cinematographer: Arev Manoukian
Cinematography by Mathieu Plainfosse
Featuring Agyness Deyn
Produced by Mourad Belkeddar
Styling by Ellen Af Geijerstam
Post Production by OneMore Prod
3d Artist : Jonathan Benabed
Flame Artist : Herve Thouement
Label & Video commissioner Pierre Le Ny
P & C 2011 GREEN UNITED MUSIC
CAVIAR / HSI / ONEMORE PRODUCTION
A film noir with shadows. (English subtitles).
Narrateur : Roger Candy.
Ecrit et réalisé par Fabrice Mathieu.
Une ombre raconte sa vie avec son “Portant”, ce double de chair et de sang, qu’elle décide un jour d’éliminer…
A shadow is telling its life story with his “Wearer”, a flesh and bone double, who one day it decides to get rid of…
Ce court-métrage est le prequel d’un scénario de long-métrage écrit par Fabrice Mathieu et intitulé “Dans l’ombre”.
This short film is a prequel to a full feature movie script called “Dans l’ombre”, written by Fabrice Mathieu.
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Ce prequel est un travail de montage et de recherche d’archives. Il regroupe des plans d’une cinquantaine de films, dans lesquels des ombres sont présentes. L’histoire est narrée du point de vue des silhouettes.
This prequel is a research and editing work based on footages from more than fifty movies showing shadows. The story is narrated from the shadows point of view.
La musique regroupe des extraits composés par Roque Banos et Danny Elfman dans lesquels ils utilisent le Theremin. Cet instrument illustre l’aspect fantastique du récit et le déplacement des ombres.
The soundtrack includes sound extracts composed by Roque Banos and Danny Elfman where Theremin is used. This music instrument supports the fantastic aspect of the story and the moving of the shadows.
Most of you out there as a Filmmaker should know, that a lot of work goes into creating your personal masterpieces. So if you like any of the videos you see, I encourage you to click on the creators’ page and leave some positive feedback. We’re all in this together and a few comments of support and encouragement can go a long way!
I would like to share a quick video inspired by a scene from the pilot episode of Miami Vice 1984. The piece I have posted was filmed and edited in about one day with minimal equipment. The video below is no Miami Vice but I wanted to reiterate how far technology has come, simplifying the production process and making filmmaking on a professional level available to anyone with the motivation and drive!
Below I have prepared the shots from the original scene shot in 1984 in conjunction with the shots we here have filmed in 2011.
The goal was not to make a carbon copy of the original but just to recreate the overall feel, look, and pace. From the few shots I decide decide to somewhat duplicate, you can see the similarities achieved with todays DSLRs. The rig of choice for this recreation was simple: one Canon 7D and two 5Dmkii cameras, rotating between one 6″ Car Mount Suction Cup, and two tripods. Below is a photo behind the scenes of Miami Vice back in the ’80′s. You can see the extensive rig used to house and mount the cameras for the vehicle shots compared to the next two photos which was the essence of our rig.
..more to this post coming soon..