Did anyone watch it? How did they stop the action and still have the actors still move.
What happen was everyone in the enviorment was frozen including objects except the 2 actors. Does anyone know how it was done? What Camera and Editing techniques need to be done?
Thread: On The Lot Film question
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05-25-2007 12:35 AM
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05-25-2007 02:18 AM
two shots, one of the hangers flying and one of them walking away/reacting to the hangers. then layer and composite in shake, etc. my guess anyways
05-25-2007 11:11 AM
ya im guesing the way i would do it, would be take 2 shots, one of the hangers flying everywhere, then asnother of them walking around it, and no camera movement. then take the first shot, freeze frame it, and cut out everything and layer it over the second shot. and lots of other confusing after effects work, but i bet you could do it pretty well in vegas too.
05-25-2007 11:48 AM
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Yea I would say that's what they did.
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05-25-2007 07:36 PM
I was so happy that they were using DVX's to film their first movies....They were Pani's right??
05-26-2007 12:40 PM
there is a thread about this already in the genral forum...
05-27-2007 04:58 AM
I have not been able to find the thread you are talking about. I even did a search for On the Lot with no success. Could you provide the link?
05-27-2007 07:30 AM
Thank you, Chris, for the link.