Posts Tagged ‘Videoblogging’

Lumiere : Frisco Sky

Friday, February 25th, 2011

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumiere filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense.

This shot was taken sitting outside the chocolate shop on Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco. We sat for quite a while watching the people come and go. The clouds raced across the sky in never-ending motion.

Details
Shot on Flip Ultra
Edited in Final Cut Pro
Graded in AfterEffects
Encoded in Episode

Lumiere : Ghirardelli Square

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumiere filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense.

This shot was taken sitting outside the chocolate shop on Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco. We sat for quite a while watching the people come and go. Great people watching.

Details
Shot on Flip Ultra
Edited in Final Cut Pro
Graded in AfterEffects
Encoded in Episode

Lumiere : Noe Valley, San Francisco

Friday, February 11th, 2011

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumiere filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense. This shot was taken sitting outside a shop in Noe Valley. The pair of gentlemen who sit down to adjust their shoes was pure serendipity.
Details
Shot on Flip Ultra
Edited in Final Cut Pro
Graded in AfterEffects
Encoded in Episode

Exquisite Corpse : A Chapter of Darkness

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

A Chapter Entry Into an Exquisite Corpse Interactive Video

Rupert Howe, videoblogger and filmmaker, is putting together an Exquisite Corpse series of videos to be linked and veiwed interactively on YouTube. Each artist creates a new video based upon two previous videos. This is my entry.

This is an interactive video art game. 60 artists & videobloggers from around the world have made 1 minute films. You choose which path you follow to the end. Each time is different, but every video you watch has been inspired by the previous one. The maze is complex, and it criss-crosses. It might take 5, 7, or 20 videos to reach the end.

To start at the beginning, watch:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOYj18ANlig&fmt=18

Lumiere : Frisco Sky

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumier filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense. This shot was taken sitting outside the chocolate shop on Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco. We sat for quite a while watching the people come and go. The clouds raced across the sky in never-ending motion.

Lumiere : Golden Gate Park

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumier filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense. This shot was taken on a log by the lake on strawberry Hill in Golden Gate Park. The boaters were a lucky accident.

Lumiere : Ghirardelli Square

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumier filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense. This shot was taken sitting outside the chocolate shop on Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco. We sat for quite a while watching the people come and go. Great people watching.

Lumiere : Noe Valley

Saturday, February 2nd, 2008

A sixty second fixed camera shot, in the style of Lumier filmaking. This however was colour-corrected in post, nullifying it as a true Lumier in the strictest sense. This shot was taken sitting outside a shop in Noe Valley. The pair of gemtlemen who sit down to adjust their shoes was pure serendipity.

Large American Portions

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

The leftover waste from our typical Californian lunch could feed a small African village. Co-incidentally, youth obesety is on the rise.

Semanal08 : Week 3 – Elegy To A Land Lost

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

I awoke one morning to the sound of clanging metal and heavy equipment. Looking across the street that runs behind our house, a monster had risen from the dirt. It’s steel skeleton was glowing in the morning sun, majestic and unforgiving. This is progress. This is the future.