Archive for Indie Film
Being that it was a stupid nice day out! we decided that we should go out and busk in the glorious sunshine!!
So like I said before the band went camping! Here is another sneak peak at some of the photos!
While we are just in the editing stage right now this last Sunday we filmed a music video! Well in fact two to be exact! we completely dismantled the loft and repurposed it as a film set!!
My Friend Lisa (Minis the everlovley Renee) hits the streets of Vancouver to rock out!
That drum unit thingy is a Gigpig from sweden and well as you can see it is super AWESOME!!!
A super special, super loud shout out to thank Noah for filming our antics and running interference with the drunken bums.
So I have a fear of singing in public and I would include just about everything and everyone as being part of public. In an effort to get over my fear of public singing etc.. I made a video of me, a jerk with a camera, singing a Phillip Roebuck song.
Being that I am not the best singer I thought I would at least make the video really pretty. :)
Just a quick cut of my friend Jenna playing one of her original songs. It’s Awesome!
It was raining yesterday and I was feeling a little creative so I dug around in this pile of records that we bought from a random man once for $5.00 till I found a song that inspired me.
Done in the vain of Film Projector I have been kind of interested in focusing on the objects as a posed to what it is the objects do.
The little details
Camera:Canon EOS 1D Mark IV
Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L USM
Canon EF 24mm f-1.4 L USM
Sound: Rode NTG-1 Zoom H4n
Yup this summer has gone by so crazy fast that it seem like last week that I made this little film using macro lenses with my camera, but it was instead February.
Way back in the day when I was going to be the next awesome filmmaker, long before there was even high definition this is what would pass for a complex and beautifully done art film. It would have required expensive cameras and macro lenses and a larger lighting kit to provide enough light for the special expensive camera, not even mentioning the hours of computer rendering. :)
Seems so much easier to do now :)