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    I can believe how few scout pictures I seem to be able to dig up considering how many I've taken over the years...guess I've just trashed most of them, thinking I'd never need to see them again. Ah well.

    I did come across this from a commercial three years ago. Not too exciting.

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    This is a fantastic thread. Bonus point if you give a brief summary on how you light it. But really thanks a lot guys, its a great source of inspiration.


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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan_moore View Post
    Big Cove. Oil wheel projectors 8 of them, back projection, one.



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    Love the vid and the effects. How did you create it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Design Media Consultants View Post
    Love the vid and the effects. How did you create it?
    A film was made (not by me) of paint and swirls and stuff and writing/graphics, which was cut to the tune.

    Huge white cove, blacked out room.

    That film was projected on to the band as they performed.

    Around that projection were an additional 8 oil projectors going all over the cove

    We filmed the performance (or shadows of the performance!) a few times me (fs7), wide, and tight, 50mm 1.4, 80mm free lensed, 18mm, jack (a7s) running around with his anamorphic on a steadicam

    Some extra shots were done thus.. SD video camera pointed at the band into a projector which was pointing at the band - so they have themselves projected on themselves, which was filmed by me with a 50

    This 'live footage' was then intercut with the original film sometimes at low opacity to blend the two. The opening shot is a shot, and itself flipped and at 50% opacity.

    Resolve all the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macgregor View Post
    where can I watch the shortfilm?
    Well it's called 'Breathing Wild' and its premiering at the Sydney Indie Film festival next Saturday, might be a bit far for you to travel though! I let you know if it reaches American shores, or when it goes up online.


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    This is the funniest (and craziest at the same time) before & after I have ever produced:





    Ghetto setup:
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    Recently did a small series of "cooking with one hand" videos for a local magazine. In this case I pretty much just wanted to augment the existing daylight, so I just used 1 M18 and one 2k blonde with full CTB. This also enabled me to used part of the window in the shot, so I didn't have to think about that when shooting down the length of the table.

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    Bah... forgot to snap the lighting setup but it's more or less just this drawing

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    A bit of a stylized shot, but it's a part of the drama in this scene:




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    Quote Originally Posted by David Evans View Post
    A bit of a stylized shot, but it's a part of the drama in this scene:




    Wow! Really nice! I love the silliuettes inside the tent and the lamp in the background.


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