I wonder if a BM Pocket Mini could be fitted to this? Or is this going to be for DJI proprietary cameras only, requiring special fittings?
Did anyone else find this film reminiscent of 'It Follows' (just without the horror or 80's synth score)?
I quite like this style of coverage and it's a refreshing change of pace to most modern and standard filmmaking techniques.
Overall, I found 'It Follows' was much more interesting because something was at stake, unlike in 'Pink Grapefruit'. But I think this film is a very provocative calling card for the director, and I can't wait to see more from them.
Yeah, I can see the bind you would have been in now. The message and philosophy got across, so no worries at all. Other than that, amazing work mate! Give it a year or two and everyone is gonna be ripping you off (if they've got the patience to do the vfx, mograph and other stylised set ups).
Just out of curiosity, how long did post take?
Beautifully stylized doco and some refreshingly original visuals and techinques.
My only problem was that sometimes it got lost in those visuals, rather than using them to tell the story. For example, when the subject is talking about a bike being simple and all about lines within the design, instead of showing us the lines, we were seeing cuts and text on screen. So in the end I had no idea what the guy was talking about when he explained the simplicity of the lines of the bike. It was quite ironic, that the dialogue was saying "strip away everything to it's barest form, and just let the design speak for itself", but the visuals were the exact opposite.
Other than that, I love the energy and pace of the doco, so I was right into it!
Legend! This is exactly the first thing I thought of! That is, quite easily, the best edited video I've ever seen. It's an all time favorite of mine.
Playground, Italy is equally brilliant. Love the work these guys are doing.
You know what the really sad and pathetic thing is? Even though this style might seem 'oversaturated' in internet terms, it will probably still take Australian TV another 2 years to catch on. They're always 2 years behind everything. 5D wasn't adopted until 2012. Sliders only started getting used in 2013. They've just discovered offspeed and drones this year (and they're eeeeeeeeverywhere - and they've got no idea how to use them well). They'd love timelapse, but they don't have the patience to let people go out and shoot it. 4K is probably another 5-10 years away though, since we're still broadcasting in standard def, lol.
The old guard in Australian TV just needs to hurry up and die. They're an absolute joke.