Hey there, multicolored millions,
This weekend, we're asking you to show us your interpretation of the visible spectrum — create a video inspired by ROYGB(I)V! You'll need to show or portray each of the six (or seven) colors in the rainbow with at least six (or seven) shots, but feel free to use more if hue feel inspired.
As always, there are many ways to look at this Challenge. Consider using a theme; how does each color make you feel? What does it mean? How would you express the color if you weren't showing it? Get on the outside of that box! For a bit of inspiration, take a look at (and listen to) this video all about red by Sequentia:
While you're looking for your colors, remember that there's room to play with shooting techniques. An easy way to shake up your video is to vary your shots; we suggest combining macro, medium, and wide shots!
+ Create a video that showcases each of the 6 (or 7) colors of the spectrum, using/portraying/hinting at each color at least once. Remember that only videos made specifically for this Challenge will be considered. + Keep your video under one minute in length.
+ If you add music, make sure you use a song you or a buddy created, or something from the Vimeo Music Store! If you do choose to use a Music Store song, please throw a link in the description.
+ Add this blurb at the end of your video's description: "Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge"
+ Upload and post your video to the Weekend Challenge Group by *****Tuesday, August 12th, 2014***** at 11:59 PM (EST). Just follow the screenshots below:
All videos must be approved by the Vimeo Staff before appearing in the Group, so don't worry if your video doesn't show up at first; we'll get to it!
+ The winner will receive a Challenge badge on their video, and free Vimeo Plus account for one year! If you're already a Plus member, you'll get another year tacked on to the end of your current subscription. + The runner-up will receive an extra 3GB of upload space in their weekly quota!
Ready for a challenge?
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