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PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 12:31 pm 
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In the recent competition which we can all enter here , you have seen this I hope ?
{Winner earns a selective prize}

One of the questions that I asked myself afterwards, making my video for the competition here in LF, was when my wife Kaori asked.
Did you place the music and then the images ?
Or the other way round?

Made me think about, how I did make the video, for me it is more a feeling not a mechanical method.
To some degree I say I go into a trance and time is slowed down and I literally flow the images onto the screen, like a person writing a letter, apply feelings and emotions.

And yes I would say the music came first.

So how about you gang ?
What and how does it evolve for yourself to make a film / video ?

I watched a 1974 video of Sinbad today, the stop motion methods which include of course shadows are incredible.

Most would say very tacky but I say with a smile the camera angles are perfect.

Other films like this one here for me ask the biggest questions you can ask, by using video to tell a story yet ask that question.
Without the need to bring religion into the scene, very clever ideas.

Ideas in a film have no limits, for me this is video, ideas brought to life.

Life is for now and not tomorrow.
Live your dreams, rather than dream about your dreams.

Rob Chisholm

PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 3:50 pm 
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You’re a real artist Rob. I’m sure going with the flow is best. I’m usually a bit rushed and trying to get my video done as fast as possible. Too many clips. Not enough time.

I usually add the clips first and then music but it probably is better the other way round. Select a music track, edit it to a good length, then fit clips into the beats/mood.


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