Here’s a higher quality (2.3mb) 800x450px cinemagraph I’m working on for my photography course. The next step is to put in the vintage photograph I was re-photographing. Anyways here’s the sneak peak.
Reza in the studio, test.
I’m taking a photography course at school and the current assignment is rephotography. Halifax has a decent amount of history (relatively speaking for Canada) and we are supposed to retake historical photographs and then merge them together.
Here is my first attempt at a cinemagraph. It took me about 30s to set up the scene: “ok reza, stay completely still then look at the camera and turn back.” Shot done. About 30 minutes of tutorial shopping, I settled on one from netmagazine which I found the easiest to follow. Then about an hour of actually making the clip, adjusting animation, deleting frames to get filesize down etc.. and here we are!
This is my first video I’ve made on my own. It was shot over 2 days, and a day of learning FCPX and uploading. Next step is to start getting into the technical side of recording. I’m not terribly happy with the quality of what I got out of my 5dmkii which I think can be greatly improved with some simple adjustments.
Shooting video is much different than photos but I’m keen to learn the process and get a grasp on how to piece footage together.
One of my favorite series ever:
LOVED the season finale, I won’t reveal any spoilers if you haven’t watched it yet but… Zombies + ???? = AWESOME