Make It Interesting

  1. another big spider on our porch last night...

    does anyone know what kind of spider this is?

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  2. Top London electro band The Problem Being with their single "Electro Is Dead".

    Directed by Simon Kennedy.

    All editing, post-production and animation by Simon Kennedy.

    Original music by The Problem Being

    Starring The Problem Being and Peter Tompkins as The Construction worker.

    Make-up by Elizabeth Hsieh assisted by Irene Ferraro.

    Costumes by Prangsta.

    "This is my first music video, combining motion graphics with full animation and live footage. The video has a gothic, cartoon-like feel, which is reflected in the music. The video shows a construction worker, stopping by some mime artists on his way through the city. He tosses them a coin, and is surprised by an electrifying performance. The video is a performance video with a difference."

    The Problem Being would like to thank all those involved in the making of this video & the people who have stood by us and haven't given up on us in our painful quest to get this out there.

    The band would like to thank some people who have helped in the video as well as generally inspired us or been there for us in someway:

    Simon Kennedy (your belief and dedication has been carved in stone) & our make-up creatives, the UCL, Anna Sundlof, Stamatis Zografos, Stefan Schulz-Rittich, Ernesto Loeza-Ruiz, Tarquin & Cameron Sutherland, Juliett Cronk, Uolevi, Steven Carter, Robin Morrison, Nadege & Simon Kennet, Linda Oksanen, Selina M, Catasha Kin, Sotiris Varsamis, Listen Lisse, Martin & Theo (the odd couple for tea and twats), Seibold, Kate Way, The Lust Reality family, The Dirty Disco, The Bad Robots, Abbot Street Studios, Shoreditch, East London, Soho and there various haunts, Frankie D, Charlie & his Fighting Cocks, Jennifer Galler, Nina Pitt, Dan Flanagan, Psychik Chick, Marriane Blosche ;), our parents & grandparents, aunts and uncles, syblings and semi-syblings & long suffering housemates & friends too many to name. Guy's 'thankyous' have been censored for his own good.

    Dedicated to all our loves and losses.

    R.I.P. Arther George Palmer

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  3. Me encanta esta textura. Una obra de arte en si misma.

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  4. Shot with Sony EX1 with Letus Extreme & 50mm CanonFD lens.

    Edited in Final Cut Pro

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  5. The house across the alley from me

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Make It Interesting

Mark Jensen Plus

For this project:

One of the things we learned in college for videography was to take one subject and make it interesting, even though in reality, it's boring with one shot. I wish I still had my footage from…

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For this project:

One of the things we learned in college for videography was to take one subject and make it interesting, even though in reality, it's boring with one shot. I wish I still had my footage from then so I could use it as a sample, but I'll do a new one to show you what I mean. I'm going to take a mailbox, and only the mailbox, and make it interesting by showing different shots, pans, and angles. You can take anything you want, as long as it's one subject only. Could be a person, a thing, animal, tree, you name it.
I'll upload the mailbox later once i'm done shooting and editing.
Have fun! *Remember, play with pans, close-ups, different angles...

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