I started shooting not long after my thirteenth birthday, and what began as a test, turned into a project that would take 9-10 months of on-and-off shooting to complete. I shot over 45,000 stills including reshoots, not all of which made the final cut, and eventually decided that I had most of the footage I had set out to get for my film.
Shot as a series of stills on a Sony A230. Tilt-Shift effect applied in AE. Edited in FCP.
The music is by the wonderful 'Cinematic Orchestra' who kindly let me use their tracks.
The film itself is dedicated to Rob MacDonald who sadly passed away this year.
The People I know in Brighton, play an important role in the Rollerblading scene within the UK. Everybody knows them for their contribution to Rollerblading however I wanted to share an insight into their lives besides Rollerblading, also showing how diverse Brighton can be.
This 4 minute piece filmed using a Canon 7D was shot 24p during the week on a typical day in their lives.