For even more info please visit my site at http://www.transparentmirrorproductions.com I wanted to keep this video as natural as possible, and I am glad I did. I kept the original sound instead of adding music because listening to the water run and drain in reverse made the video feel more natural and engaging. The video was shot all in one take. I then used jump like cuts to keep the video in the 45 sec limit. The variations of the reverse speeds were used to make the video more dynamic with peaks and valleys of slow and fast motion. The lighting was all natural as well, with the sun light coming through the window (which u cant see because it's off screen) and overhead florescent lights. I decided to keep the shot tight and close because it created this small world inside of the sink. The food coloring was added to give the water some life/personality. I hope you like it, and congrats to everyone who participated in this really fun challenge. Gizmodo I can't wait for the next Video Challenge!
Shot on a canon 7d, using a 50mm 1.4 lens, 1280x720 60fps, reverse speed from -20% to -250%, iso 3200, shutter speed 1/8000, f/1.8