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April 22, 2012#

Morphium Sighting

Working over the weekend prompted a little timelapse experiment with a sigma 8mm on a 5D, allowing for 180 degrees FOV. Which makes a great environment map to some 3D experimentation. Here’s the footage from the camera: Continue Reading

March 26, 2012#

Trying out the Panasonic Lumix GH2

I’ve had time to play around with the Panasonic Lumix GH2 and found it to produce stunningly detailed video, particularly with the firmware hacked. Continue Reading

August 19, 2011#

Morphium

Testing a substance called Morphium and its response to sonic vibration. Trying out some match moving and Glidetrack SD with the canon 5D and the CineStyle profile.

We went to a car park with to play about with some camera match-moving and effects. Shot on two cameras the Canon 5d mark 2 primarily as well as Continue Reading

August 4, 2011#

Video stitching a large sensor

Been playing about with Microsoft ICE (free image stitching program) which has a fantastic ‘video stitch’ feature that allows you to create panoramas by waving your camera about when capturing video, I’ve also found it very useful for quickly capturing a wide FOV with a long telephoto lens, giving the effect of a much larger sensor.

Here’s a quick video of the process Continue Reading

July 3, 2011#

Texture Library

Was annoyed by not having my textures in one place so I thought I’d put them online and share.

June 30, 2011#

Trying out the Technicolor CineStyle profile for Canon DSLRs

October 11, 2010#

Procedural block animation

Trying out some procedural animation using the awesome DPkit motion node for Lightwave 3D, which enables me to use the vertices information of displaced object to drive the motion of the luminous block/bar objects. Check out the video. Continue Reading

October 11, 2010#

Brick Land shoot, pixel motion slomo and mic test.

Trying out some pixelmotion slomo in After Effect and the Sennheiser MKE400 mic on the canon 5D. I’m very happy with the quality of the mic and the fact I put my eye to the viewfinder and have the mic mounted on the hotshoe, which I couldn’t really do with the Rode mono videomic. Continue Reading