falling debris & camera rotation

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I think it becomes a bid more dynamic once the camera is rotating. it also has the result that the lens is literally covered by the stuff. Will have to leave it for now as after effects slows down a lot with all the layers (one has to render them all together to keep the individual transparencies).

I am now onto the zoom-masking; above’s image is a children’s book, which explains a new sort of relationship each time it zooms out. will try to make my plan act in a similar fashion…

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5 Responses to falling debris & camera rotation

  1. I like it , i would do it faster I think..and I think the plan idea will look good, the end of the video is the most beautiful point of view for me.

  2. Felix Brinkhege says:

    u mean the whole video are speed up the last bid?

  3. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    I think she means that the stuff should fall faster (and I agree). I think we need time with the video, so it shouldn’t be shorter, but we need a sense of a cascade of data, artifacts and moments. This is a ponderous float. We need a hurricane.

    I like the sudden rotation – don’t get it, but if it happens a few times could be good.

    also, not sure you flat images/videos should all fall flat, some of them should be oblique. Throw a stack of postcards high up in the air and watch them fall. I doubt they’ll fall so uniformly!

  4. Felix Brinkhege says:

    Ok, I’ll put more stuff in the end and stretch the last bid!

  5. Natasha Sandmeier says:

    I didn’t understand the chicken bit at first, just looking at it again now. aaaaah.

    nice reference.