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  1. Hello, Here's the shot: beads are thrown or projected on a surface and come to form a word. There's no need to see someone's hand doing the throwing. So the beads could just fall. Part of the solution lies in showing this shot in reverse: we start the shot with the finished word and then, somehow, see the words "jump up" towards the camera. That would suppose that the camera is looking up at the beads as they call towards the lens. That's what I can't figure out: how to make the beads hold in the shape of the word and fall towards the lens at the same time. There's probably no solution to this, at least no easy solution. Another approach would be to shoot this as a stop motion sequence and go from the formed word to an empty canvas, after all the beads have been animated out of the frame. I would be happy to hear people's thoughts on this! Thanks. Alex
  2. I am in my last semester at film school and our final project is going to be an animation. It will be in the style of "Studio Ghibli" features but in a shorter form (4-6 min.). Do any of you know of any studios or freelancers that do this style of animation for hire? We are still figuring out the budget due to not knowing the price of such a piece. I know it will be quite expensive. Any info would be great. Thanks guys!
  3. Hey, I am a Film Studies student and hope to make a stop-motion animation as a side project. I was just wondering what DSLR-type sensor you would recommend for the project (have to be under £600) and what software? I'm hoping for a cheaper version of DragonFrame... Well, actually, camera wise I've been looking at the Canon EOS M3 or the Nikon D3300 (which is an SLR). What do you think about either of these or could you think of an alternative? I really appreciate you reading this and if you answer, thank you very much.
  4. I have a filmmaker friend who recently gave me his old Bolex H16 Reflex absolutely free over the holiday season. He has since graduated to a high-end digital setup, but said that the H16 Reflex properly cared for will give many years of service and can deliver great results for low-budget filmmakers. I'm a student, so low-budget pretty accurately describes my operation. However I'd be willing to invest in a lens that would suit my needs. I do stop-motion animation (seeking a BFA in Animation), and would like to use film for my project. The Bolex came with a pistol grip, a supplemental film magazine, cable release and a Vario Switar 18-86mm f. 25 OE lens. I'm wondering: what kind of lenses / accessories would I need to make the H16 Reflex suitable for stop motion animation? The lens I'm currently looking at is a Kern Switar 10mm f 1.6. Apologies for lack of knowledge, as I am an amateur. Thanks!
  5. I would like to hear your thoughts on what sort of lens is best for photographing something with little to no depth. I'm not considering a multiplane set-up but would be pleased to also hear thoughts on that.
  6. Hey guys, 2 Questions: 1. I'm reviewing a storyboard that a client has sent me and they want a shot of a bird landing safely on electrical wires (telegraph poles). Should I get a VFX team to create an animation? or Is there an easier / cheaper way? 2. They also want a dead animal (sheep or horse) on the ground that has been electrocuted from the sub station. What's the best way to do this? Thanks in advance!! Jordan Watson
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  8. THE ULTIMATE VIDEO SEARCH: NOW CALLING ALL YOUTUBER’S: Photographers, Videographers, DP's and “Closet” Artists!!! SUBMIT YOUR ORIGINAL VIDEO for a chance to win $15,000 and NATIONAL EXPOSURE Major Production Company is going viral, and wants to showcase YOUR original videos on our Premiere YouTube channel for maximum exposure. If you have “Never Before Seen Footage/Original Content” that you’re ready to show the world, we’d love to hear from you! We plan on featuring the TOP 350 videos on the site and the best 3 will be rewarded a prize! First place will be awarded $15,000, second $10,000, and third will receive $7,500 at producer’s discretion. Please read rules for details. Are you ready to have your artistic skills showcased on a Premiere YouTube Channel? This is an unprecedented opportunity to get your concepts on a nationwide platform in hopes of promoting your media and to get your content exposed!! Your submission MUST be original content, never posted anywhere online. All entries MUST be original, exclusively created and owned by entrant, and the entrant must have all rights necessary to post the video and submit the entry. Must be submitted by July 15th,2013! Entries submitted MUST be one of the following categories: - Special Effects, Visual Effects, After Effects - Light Painting - Video Art/3D - Graphic Art Videos - Gaming Videos - High-end Animation - Stop Motion - Time Lapse -Magic Tricks For more information on how to submit your 3-5 minute “Never Before Seen Video” please visit: http://desireecasting.com/The_Ultimate_Video_Search OR Email us directly at UltimateVideoSearch@gmail.com
  9. Hello guys, Just thought you might like to see my latest music video. It’s not cinematography in a photographic sense; it’s mostly animation. That said, I’m sure lots of the same creative thought processes can be applied to both animation and photography. Let me know what you think. Thanks to Rob Skene who helped me make the video. Some other notes, it was made using Final Cut Pro 7, Blender 3D, After Effects, Photoshop, a Canon 550D,a green screen, and lots of pen and ink. Also it cost 0 money to make. http://www.pjscottentertainment.blogspot.co.uk/#!http://pjscottentertainment.blogspot.com/2012/12/lights-by-feeds-music-video-p-j-scott.html More information about the band can be found on my blog. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter at: @PJScott89 or on Facebook. Thanks for reading, P. J. Scott
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