Artv ask Montreal based artists to represent the logo of their channel in the way they want. Julien Vallée used around 15 pieces of plywood with a mirror on the backside to create the shape of the Artv logo, a Canadian television channel.
The shot was made on the roof of a building downtown Montreal. We used a smoke machine and a projector to create the reflections of lights and colours during the shoot.
We mounted the camera on a circular railing system and I batched the still images first in the raw converter and after in Photoshop with a few tricks.
We used a Canon 5D Mark II mounted on a Zacuto base plate system and we also shot a making-of ( to come! ) with their DSLR Gunstock Shooter Kit and a second Canon 5D Mark II.
Concept & Art : Julien Vallée
Director : Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau
DOP + Camera + Image Post : Sylvain Dumais
Sound : Jean-Sébastien Proulx
Client : Artv
Agency : Toxa
For more stop motion work, please check out dumaisstudio.tv !
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