1920x1080/h.264/48khz/320kbps/24fps/stereo/RECorded via T3i (audio=mother nature)
Location: Center, Texas
While at my Grandpa's farm for his (early) birthday party/4th of July Bash, at dusk, I took my tripod down to one of the Natural Springs that runs through his land and RECorded a ton of stock footage (and got attacked by a few hundred Texas size bugs).
Also, I took this time to practice panning down.
Before I write anything, I'd just like to say Dr. Gory should be one of the '80s dancers in this (w/ the shades of course).
These are just a few ideas I had while listening to 'Ready, Aim, Fire!'
-We begin at a LIVE event.
-The stage is dark.
-The music starts.
-As it does, smoke hits the stage.
-Lexi's voice is heard as a spotlight reveals her presence on stage.
-(live) As the part below starts, two people walk out from opposite sides of the stage while spinning fire. They dance on each side of Lexi
Ready, aim, fire!
I'm picturing a monochrome, vintage or retro scene with two hands each holding a gun, pointing the guns towards each other. And as they fire, the shots collide and create a burst of vibrant burst of colour, which can then transition into a bright scene, a contrast against the monochrome scene before.
I just think it would be really cool to do something monochrome and then add small or large bursts of colour - it will attract the audience.