This is my first test.
Canon HV30 Test - Stabilization
I set the camera loose in the park and played with some planes.
experimental thing i did. it's a guy with a speaker for a face, title basically sums it up.
song: Rendevous by Oblong
i shot the clip at 2000th of a sec shutter speed and slowed clips down to 10% original speed... used the seperating feilds method to slow it down nicely.. added some magic bullet... sory for the long wait for the bullets shooting at the ice at the end my comp was to slow to view most nething i was doing and it took 45 min to render so an extra few seconds wont kill ya...
I recently shot some footage of my daughter during one of her swimming lessons. After putting together the standard "home movie" for family consumption [ vimeo.com/1108825 ], I decided to challenge myself with a little experiment: Could I transform fun ordinary footage into something dark and moody? I selected some music, did some experimental editing, and this is what I came up with.
The footage was shot using a Canon HV30 with no additional lenses or adapters. It was edited with a combination of Adobe After Effects and Premiere CS3. I used Magic Bullet for color correction.