Month: April 2013
Welsh Wedding video captured at 18 frames per second on Super 8mm Cine Camera (18/5/12)
“The Dogma” • Shoot in available natural light • Do not underexpose the negative Keep true blacks • Preserve the latitude in the image • Seek maximum resolution and fine grain • Seek depth with deep focus and stop: “Compose in depth” • Shoot in backlight for continuity and depth • Use negative fill to
Dogme 95: The Vow of Chastity: I swear to the following set of rules drawn up and confirmed by Dogme 95: Shooting must be done on location. Props and sets must not be brought in. The sound must never be produced apart from the image or vice-versa. The camera must be handheld. Any movement or
Super 8 Wedding Film Frame Grabs (Harvey and Gemma Cardiff), a set on Flickr. A few frame grabs from a roll of Kodak Trix X Super 8 film shot on Canon 310xls cine camera. Taken from my good friends Harvey and Gemmas Super 8 Wedding Film. I will eventually add the rest of the film.
Jo feeding Lesleys Robin Les hand feeds two robins every day. While we were waiting for Les to arrive home Jo thought she would give feeding a go. Much to our surprise the little fella was straight down eating out of her hand before she made it out of the door. Filmed GH13