This movie, which has been created by Arthur Stammet in May 2015, is based on a soundtrack, composed by the author in 2003.
The footage has been rendered in ArtMatic Designer and ArtMatic Voyager and mounted in Premiere. Like on topographic maps, the author uses here some layers in order to combine different types of fractal animations for a colourful, highly complex result. Beginning and finishing the movie with clouds (a timelaps movie made with a GoPro camera), the spectator enters and leaves this digital animation (simulation) by natural fractals, surrounding some mathematical models. Abstract art and concrete landscapes are brought together in this movie, which is a tribute to Benoît Mandelbrot.
Out of nothing Matter was created.
Out of Matter a Goddess was born.
A Goddess inlaid with Stars dances in the Emptiness.
The Goddess' Dance creates Light so that Shadows can now exist.
The Universe as we know it is created, filled with its dim distant dying Stars.
A Sphere rustles between Goddess' hands.
Earth is born.
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I want to thank Moovie Rental Milano for providing camera and equipment, my father for helping me out at the very beginning of the editing when I bogged down and all people that made this project possible.
Everything was shot internally on the Canon EOS C500 at 60 fps in 720p with C-Log.
Being blacklight bulbs a very weak source ISO settings were between 2500 and 3200 but still all clips were very very clean.
For the abstract shots I used a Lens Baby Control Freak with an f 2.8 Aperture Disk and sometimes a Lens Baby +4 Macro filter attached on.
For the rest I used Zeiss Compact Prime 50mm T 2.1 shot wide open.
I also used a Vari-Star filter for different shots to enhance light-rays and to make the colors glow a little bit more.
I edited in Premiere Pro CS6 and exported into After Effects CS6 for color-correction
and visual effects.
The earth was modeled using Maya and rendered with V-Ray.
-directed and edited: Stefano Pasotti
-make up artist: Sara Bonzi, Marzia Parini
-model: Elisa Spinelli
-music: Hammock – Cold Front (Departure Songs)
Every frame in this video is a photograph taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
I created this timelapse on a long weekend after discovering the image library online. I used Photoshop and Sony Vegas to edit and compile the footage.
The music is a track from one of my favorite sci-fi movies, Sunshine. I thought the music and imagery would fit well together.
*** Thank you all for likes,comments, shares and support this video has received. I'm truly glad so many have enjoyed it.***
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