As much as I love being at my desk I love stepping away occasionally to get some fresh air and make a mountain biking film just for editing and VFX fun.
We’ve been speaking with Chris Burton at Timelapsey about doing a project together using timelapse, motion tracking and motion graphics. Here is some inspiration we found.
We arrived at Shaw Hill Golf Club to film the beautiful couple – Andy & Janine. 2 days previous it was snowing… but on their special day, the weather couldn’t have been better.
We was there from Paul & Hayley’s wedding ceremony capturing their memorable moments and edited it to the music of their choice to produce this bespoke wedding video production.
We filmed Joseph and Sarah’s special day using the Canon 5DII and a mixture of lenses, plus a tripod and a camera slider. After we’d finished editing all of the best bits from the day we gave their wedding video a warming glow to finish it off nicely.
In this budget product video production for Itsy we shot some footage of there products and included text to show the benefits of their mini glass bottles and jars as favours at weddings. Simples!
There was no script for this one! The process was simple – Take one 6 year old nephew who loves bathtime, a 35 year old man who loves filming, a GoPro with a suction cup and underwater housing, hit record, edit it, and see what happens.
It was just after I’d made my first music video for D-Tox that I was invited to join RKP and Urban Bass TV to film an interview with D12 who were performing live at Manchester Academy. Somebody pinch me!