04 Mart 2010
New York 2008 by Vicente Sahuc
Slow motion made in New York in 2008 with a cheap casio camera, Cool, I love it! By Vicente Sahuc. Watch the video!
"The shots were done with the casio EX-F1 at 300 fps and edited at 24 fps. You can't choose the quality, so you'll get low definition and strong compression (it's a 700 euros camera...).
I was roller skating, this gave the long and smooth travellings. but the most important thing is the stabilization, I used the Steadicam Merlin for that. It's really important. The rollers were important but the steadicam is the key (with the slow motion) of the smooth touch.
For the colors, I edited it on Premiere. Transforme the .mov in single frames with Quick Time. And used Photoshop with the "automate" fonction.
Then two layers, a black and white and a color with a polaroid effect. Then 50 or 55% opacity on the top layer. And back to a .mov folder with Quik time. And then the sound in Premiere again.
But I guess that if you desaturate, contraste and add some yellow on the highlight and midtone, it would be something very close to that."