Arrived at via Facebook. It’s a video, and well worth the six minutes.
This video is linked somewhere in this blog, but I’m in a very lazy mood right now. It’s a short video that I made to experiment with the HD video features of my EOS 7D. This is only kind of related to my last post because it features the Akai 4000DS MkII that I have owned for over thirty years now.
What an absolutely amazing idea! I love the way the video and music match so well. Excellent work, and an excellent idea. I think you can make your own videos, but you need Google Chrome to make it work.
I bet the video won’t embed properly, but as I’m about to dash out the door for our monthly Invicta Shutterbugs photowalk you’ll have to click through and see it for yourselves.
“A collaborative short film by Andrew Telling and Owen Richards that documents photographer Robin Friend working on his series ‘Slaughterhouse’ deep beneath the hills of North Wales.”
Awesome. Araf, by the way, means “slow” in Welsh.
I feel for Ormie. Much of my life feels like his attempts to gain the cookies.
I’ve become a big fan of short films. This one is just about perfect.
I’ve been learning how to make movies with my EOS 7D. Shot and edited in two days. I think it turned out quite well for something just over two minutes in length.
I recommend the HD version, although there are some dodgy artefacts noticeable. I blame that on Apple’s iMovie ’11 making it a bit too easy to tweak things like exposure and contrast. Lesson learned.