This one minute video is for the Vimeo group "1 Minute: a Vimeo Project." Here are the rules (from the Vimeo Group @ 1 Minute: a Vimeo Project):
-Video must be exactly one minute long
-No camera movement (no panning, tilting, etc)
-No editing whatsoever
-Use original sound
-Tag with '1 minute'
With the chaos of everyday life consuming our senses, it is nice to sit back and enjoy moments and experiences that are often overlooked. This project aims to study the forgotten moments and times in life that we often pass by without acknowledging."
Video by Victoria Taylor-Gore.
Things I love about the group "1 Minute: a Vimeo Project"
1. No editing - what a dream.
2. Didn't have to pay for a music license.
3. Great challenge and helps me improve my shooting skills - thanks, Vimeo :)
This video is one minute out of my life. I didn't do ANY post, but I did think ahead and set my Canon 7D to the standard "portrait" setting since if I had shot it flat as I usually do with DSLR footage, the color and contrast could not be corrected in post. I also added some colored lights around the sink to spice up the scene.
The movie in the background on TV happened to be "Call Me Bwana" (1963 - with Bob Hope). I used my Rode Video Mic and my Zacuto Z-Finder Pro 3X. Shot with a Canon 7d (at 1080p, 30 frames per second) and a Tokina 100mm f2.8 macro lens.