executing your first feature film is very scary, but exciting. here are some tips to think about.
Some coen brothers on your first feature film by the 2 brothers.
good article on blocking and how the actors move in a scene.
Did some test footage on the Canon 5d Mark II shooting on RAW format with Magic Lantern. I also built a DIY slider, but still have a bit of tweaks to do to get the footage smoother.
The cool thing about 3d renders of product bottles, packs and any other type of products is that it can be altered at any time with ease. Say 2 years down the line, client wants another angle of the same bottle, then it’s a much easier change than when it’s photographed. With photography, lights need to be matched and set up again, which you’ll never get exact. 3d on the other hand has the lighting set up already and when the change gets done, then everything is easy and with exact.
I did this corporate animation for Sage Pay which is an online debit order collection. Fun 2d elements.
The history of camera movement.
A magnificent stills campaign shot all across Cape Town and Namibia. The 6 part print campaign for a watch company was all about time.
Cinematography and post production done by me.
An unbelievable performance from every cast in this film.
The art of editing a “continuous take“. All split into separate shots and edited perfectly.