Posts under Video Editing
I have just uploaded my new showreel to Vimeo. A couple weeks ago I was listening to TripleJ in the car and I heard this amazingly bizarre, vintage, sci-fi, horror metal song come on. Unfortunately I missed what it was called or who the artist was so I spent ages trying to figure it out. Read More…
A couple weeks ago I bought a GoPro HD Here camera. The video below is the first test using the camera mounted to my helmet. I was planning on doing some shots with it mounted to my board but the sticky stuff failed the second I started moving!
I’m pretty happy with the quality of the video, except the waterproof casing kept fogging up in the centre of the lens which rendered a lot of footage unusable. I shot at 1280×720 @ 60FPS. The clips with the tilt shift effect were graded with Magic Bullet Looks and the others just have a simple curves adjustment applied to them.
This is a little delayed but about two weeks ago I went back up to Horsham and filmed an edit for Tyler. I finished it last week and it has been up on Vimeo for about a week now. Check it out below. The intro title was drawn in Illustrator and then brought into After Effects to animate and finish, then once the editing was done I graded using Magic Bullet Mojo. The video was shot on my Canon 7D at 720p 50fps.
Here is another short video I made to test my new lens – a Canon EF 50mm F1.4. The clip is a bunch of close up shots of my guitars and basses recorded at 1920×1080 24fps. I love the really shallow depth of field of the lens. Footage was graded with Magic Bullet Looks.
I got a Canon 7D the other week, and what better way to test out the video features than to make a push bike edit. So on the weekend I hit up the Box Hill skate park for a ride and filmed some of the locals.
Shot with Canon 7D +
– Canon EFS 18-135mm lens
– Canon EF 15mm f2.8 Fisheye lens
Music: Dr. Kitt by Kula Shaker.