So it's been a couple of months since we had any sort project while I was working on other stuff, like painting and editing, even some color grading for some different projects.
But we were all psyched when we finally had a cool music video to shoot and since it was a small project we didn't even know what equipment we might need and in one shot we really needed a high angle.
So my partner the director gave me a boost to get the shot and this picture is proof that if a DP get's the support from their director that anything is possible. ;)
The whole concept of the music video was supposed to have a scary and spooky vibe, so we decided to do everything handheld. The really interesting part was that we got some inspiration from director Tony Scott's work and decided to shoot almost everything on 12 fps and with a really high shutter angle to get a jittery, with a lot of motion blurred look that would look scary and spooky and would serve the story well. We're really excited about this music video but there's still a lot of post production to do.
A before lockdowns started we actually shot another video for the same band that we're really proud off, my personal favorite is the opening shot which was a really challenge for the choreography of the director but we still did it in two takes.
Here it si:
Anyway a big hi to everyone that I've met on Stage32 and also hi to all the new people on here.
Drop me a line if you think we have something cool to talk about. :)
And I'm very interested how everyone else is doing these days and what you're working on.