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Here’s something we shot this morning while waiting for the courier to arrive for a package. We used the 1000fps Motion Optical Flow retiming technique from our recent tutorial (check it out here.)
It’s actually yerba mate, not tea technically?
Canon 60d with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 1/1600 @59.94fps for outdoor slow-mo footage and Canon 35mm f2.0 1/50 @23.98fps for indoor footage.
Slow-mo retimed to 1000fps using Apple Motion. Graded with FCP. Titles created with CrumplePop LowerThirds.
Interested in learning how to created this effect? Check out our tutorial video explaining how to achieve the 1000fps slow-mo.
Music by Jed at CrumplePop.
Just as a quick reminder, the ShrinkRay pay what you want sale ends at midnight tonight. Check out the sweet ShrinkRay test video posted by Graeme Simpson.
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Until January 31st, we’re offering our tilt-shift effect, CrumplePop ShrinkRay, for what you want to pay. Originally a $69 value now can be had for much, much cheaper.
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We here at CrumplePop are getting in the holiday spirit by giving away a $19 gift coupon for use on any of our CrumplePop products until the end of the year (12/31/2010!)
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We wish you a warm, fun, and happy holiday time.
Our friend, Romain Corraze decided to take a year and travel the world shooting a film. Backpacker, tells the story of french man and his adventures and discoveries from around the globe. As Corraze explains:
From the coldest times in Canada to the terrible heat of India, from the Nepalese mountains to the mythical trans-siberian train, you’ll live this adventure as a real backpacker mad about discoveries.
He just released the teaser trailer and it features some beautiful shots of locations around and the world and the very cool use of a couple CrumplePop. products.
The film is released January 15th, 2011.
For more information, check out the Backpacker website and Romain Corraze’s Vimeo page.