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06/25/2008 11:37:57 AM · #1
//www.liquidbeckstead.com

Click enter and prepare to pick up your chin......
06/25/2008 11:50:46 AM · #2
That is very cool! Wish you could do that with prints! :-P
06/25/2008 11:58:05 AM · #3
This reminds me of the matrix films :P
06/25/2008 12:20:13 PM · #4
That is really cool. I found myself trying to come up with how he did it.

Message edited by author 2008-06-25 12:20:27.
06/25/2008 12:21:35 PM · #5
Originally posted by Intelli:

That is really cool. I found myself trying to come up with how he did it.


Me too! I'm thinking the images were cut apart and pieces arranged on different planes, then filmed.
06/25/2008 12:24:00 PM · #6
They just created layers and animated them in a program such as After Effects.
06/25/2008 12:26:26 PM · #7
its done with video editing software.



Message edited by author 2008-06-27 10:06:13.
06/25/2008 12:28:44 PM · #8
Originally posted by idnic:

Originally posted by Intelli:

That is really cool. I found myself trying to come up with how he did it.


Me too! I'm thinking the images were cut apart and pieces arranged on different planes, then filmed.


That's better than my idea... makes sense...I think if you actually cut the photos apart and kind of shrunk the photo to hide elements.. and gradually reveal them as you zoom in.

at first I was thinking he had multiple camera's set up. But that was not making any sense.. so didn't know what to think
06/25/2008 12:42:44 PM · #9
I saw a special once, somewhere, on this kind of effect. Not sure if this guy used this effect, but:

Set up several cameras all connected to the same shutter
Arrange the cameras along the path that you want the movie to appear to follow
Fire the shutter, watch 10 (or more) cameras all snap with different perspectives

In fact, heres a patent for something similar: //www.freepatentsonline.com/7046292.html

Cool effect
06/25/2008 05:13:56 PM · #10
Afternoonbump
06/25/2008 05:19:15 PM · #11
looks like several photos were made from one scene and been added in 3D-software. In some images you can see some glitches ;)

(hubby works with 3D-software. might be cool to do a project together with him, I realise now!)
06/25/2008 07:27:38 PM · #12
For some reason I can't enter that site. I keep pressing Enter and nothing happens.

I just tried it with MSIE and it worked. Adblock must be blocking the site, though I never touched its settings.

Message edited by author 2008-06-25 19:33:32.
06/25/2008 08:35:59 PM · #13
done with //dynamicvideopro.com/ from right here just north of San Dag...kewl
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