How Is This Done? (Franco Shade Look Book)

April 20, 2008 @ 21:05:07
http://youtube.com/watch?v=tFusAcX7Zlg

Some "crazy smoothed out melodic shit".

I'm thinking a high fps video camera was used.
But at the credentials it says that there was only photography and visual effects done.

How was this done?
April 20, 2008 @ 23:58:56
My Guess...
... They used multiple exposures (in focus, out of focus, etc... with a camera that can take multiple fps as you said)... but it would be difficult to change focus in the middle of pictures because of the high fps...

Could have possibly used the minimum aperture to get everything in focus and used one of the programs below to edit focus...

panning and the illusion of camera movement were also probably done in one of those programs below

but its entirely possible to do

very time consuming as you can imagine...

Final Cut Express or Final Cut Studio was probably used

Just a guess though
April 21, 2008 @ 07:27:22
Thanks

Anyone have the link to a free one or any similar program
April 21, 2008 @ 15:38:00
Also with flash & photoshop you can achieve a lot.
April 21, 2008 @ 18:19:32
yea... possible to do in photoshop and after fx.

Just need 2 Shots of each szene. One with model, one without...
cutout the model and compose it in a single layer over the background so you can move everything individual and use independent motion or gaussian blur on each part...
Everything composed and well timed... et voila...easy as that.
April 21, 2008 @ 21:26:30
Anyone have the link to a free one or any similar program


Theres a program similar to photoshop called GIMP... but good luck finding a free copy of Final Cut Express or any Video Editing software... You could try a Torrent site

If you have a Mac I found a copy of FCP on Demonoid... all 51.8 GBs of it
April 22, 2008 @ 00:58:08
yea... possible to do in photoshop and after fx.

Just need 2 Shots of each szene. One with model, one without...
cutout the model and compose it in a single layer over the background so you can move everything individual and use independent motion or gaussian blur on each part...
Everything composed and well timed... et voila...easy as that.


that's what i was thinking, except flash instead of after FX. same principle though.
April 22, 2008 @ 06:09:10
Adobe After Effects?
April 22, 2008 @ 06:15:42
or adobe premiere pro
April 22, 2008 @ 19:34:13
what song is that?
April 22, 2008 @ 19:39:59
nvm found it
April 22, 2008 @ 20:42:58
nvm found it


what is it?
April 22, 2008 @ 23:03:48
the truth- handsome boy modeling school
April 23, 2008 @ 04:36:27
the guy who did the effects on that has done a lot of shit i'm sure you've probably seen. a few gatorade commercials and countless other projects. name's alexander lee and i'm assuming the other lee in the editing credits is his brother or of some relation. here's the page to his 'montage' stuff. pretty crazy stuff. http://www.methodstudios.com/classics/ and the link to his site is http://www.alexanderlee.org
April 24, 2008 @ 03:28:27
thats the triumvir lookbook if im not mistaken. not the franco shade. blushing
April 25, 2008 @ 12:21:18
That's done in flash of course with some photoshop help.
1. Take the picture with the focus behind the person, and one in front. There's an option when creating an swf that let's you sween, create frames between the first and the last, the two pictures together. Other effects would the zoom ins and outs that they do. Final Cut let's you do the same thing.
May 15, 2008 @ 22:47:48
you got me hooked on this...and im in the process of attempting something similar...
June 01, 2008 @ 18:43:07
puppet pin in after effects

DONE.DEAL
June 03, 2008 @ 07:33:32
for sure done in adobe after effects...it isn't that hard...
good tutorial: http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorial.html?id=63
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