Thursday, January 14, 2010

This is not the video you are looking for . . .

. . . or maybe it is.
Originally, I wasn't going to post this video because not one element photographed is actually shot in reality as we know it. "The Third and The Seventh" is a short animated film created by architectural visualization artist Alex Roman. The concept was to take architecture that existed around the world and recreate it in 3D CG (computer generated) space. This way the artist could photograph a space the way he wanted without the constraints of budget, weather, lighting, crew, or technology. I am posting two videos here for your viewing pleasure: the film and the breakdowns. The invitation is for all video students to review both films. It is important for you, as a filmmaker, to understand how all components of production work. Understanding post production will make your life easier when you are shooting.
If you have any questions about the compositing reel, please ask me. I'll be happy to answer them! Cheers, Eve. - Thanks to Jen Hahn for bringing this to my attention.

The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

Compositing Breakdown (T&S) from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

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