- Chicago, IL
- Last Record: 2013-05-23 20:30:04 +0100
- Joined: Jul 27, 2010
Hey all!! Been a while since I jumped in the record pool. Sorry who knows where the time goes.
This is something I shot with a buddy when we found this abandon school. I have more footage but just wanted to throw this together to see what ya thought. We're gonna go back and do something a little more thought out soon. Would love for someone to write and story, or give any ideas where to take a narritave.
I love this charcter!
Miss all of you Recorders!!
Much love from the Clown world.
P.s for some reason when I uploaded it. It cut the frame. It should be wider!
Thanks so much for featuring this! I stumbled upon reneg88's page one night and loved all his songs, which are titled "Music for Short Film", and wanted to use one to make a simple and sweet piece. So I pulled my husband into the bedroom when he got home from work that night, and wound up with this.
It is amazing to see all the great results of this clip! If anyone wants any clips in the orginal color format to use in a remix let me know and I can upload them.
i loved this tiny story when i first saw totallyjamie 's tiny film.. i knew i wanted to bring it alive with actors..
i hope you guys enjoy this one as much as did making it
special thats to spara for helping with the shoot
The power of this site:
Co-'created' by myself, metaphorest, and wirrow.
With Voice overs by pamagotchi.
Music by MeganCarnes and Wirrow.
Social networking at it's finest!
The Raw footage is up for you to use as you want!
just some footage i shot from my photoshoot with Laura today
When I was visiting the cemetery in New Orleans, I thought it may be useful to have some moving stock footage instead of just photos. For your REmixing pleasure...
I thought this might come in handy to some of you.... It would of been better if it was shot at night but you won't catch me dead in a cemetery at night.... actually come to think of it ,,, that's probabbly the only way you'll catch me ....
When I shot this i had Remix theatre by MattConley in mind...
I wanted to try out my new camera, so I took it through the old cemetary by my house at dusk. Most of the people buried there were buried between 1700-1860. 12,000 people are buried there. Not very happy with the edits, but frustratingly, my software kept leaping over the bits I was triyng to fix. Going to try out some other software.
If anyone has any interest in the raw footage, I can provide it. It's HD.
take a ride with me!!! ... just some raw footage of my elevator in my building..
***NOTE*** THIS FOOTAGE IS H.264 if you are going to remix it i would suggest converting it to PRO RES 422 .. it will save you heart ache :)
to the train
i like the color/shot starting at :54
RECorded on an Amtrak train heading from San Juan Capistrano to Los Angeles
I was in a rut having to leave san francisco on the train, and this collab inspired me to upload this
SORRY FOR THE HORRIBLE QUALITY! I'm not sure why it uploaded it so poorly. : (
A "love letter" to public transportation in cities:) I am constantly enthralled by traveling on public transportation (even though I've been doing it for years). I love watching the people and feeing connected. I especially love doing it in cities I'm visiting. This is my first attempt at filming/editing, and also mixing song and speech. This is a skill I would love to get better at, so any feedback/advice from you amazing editors out there would be much appreciated. I had a ton of fun doing this:) Fun fact!: In the shot that goes with "The Circle Line is the best" when the train is going over the river, there is a really bright light on the bridge that I was so happy about because it synced up with Tom's line about the city being a sun. That light was because Transfomers 3 was filming and evidently needed an extremely bright shot. So thanks Transformers!:) ** I'm resourcing the latest Regularity on here because of Joe's comment about making a vid for the Cities collab. Although this isn't a documentary like he was talking about, it does incorporate several of the RECords in the Cities collab.
Dream, dream, dream.
Directing/editing - Sherbethead
Acting - Edward Shallow/Kurt Uchman
Music/animation - Wirrow