"Blue Scan 2X" is almost exactly the same as "Blue Scan" but completely different, maybe.
Link to "Blue Scan"
1) "Blue Scan" was shot with a Sony Camcorder (HDR-CX500V) at 120 FPS 1/4 normal speed (in camera slow motion) at 1080i.
2) "Blue Scan 2X" was shot with a Nikon Coolpix S9100 at 60 FPS 1/2 normal speed (in camera slow motion) at 720p.
The things they have in common:
The images of the same fountain but shot 6 days later, identical sound track, effects, and editing scheme.
I am interested in feedback on these two 1 minute pieces on which one you prefer and why.
"Blue Scan" examines the anatomy of fountain splashes from a simple Kinetic Cubist (Sub-Cubism) point of view.
Phone menu voice by Lea Barker of Stratford, New Zealand.
Camera: Nikon Coolpix S9100
Editing Suite: Sony Vegas Pro 10
External sound recordings: Tascam DR-08
Camera, editing, and sound design by Phil Loarie
SoundScape ingredients: various running motors as found in an office building mechanical room, Waterpik multiple setting hand held shower head with partially filled bath, bath draining, and human voice.