An amazing time lapse of Ice melting using cross-polarised light!
And even better, bubble time lapse, macro
Don’t know if the artist would be up for this, but this type of paint for the interviews would look great. Shot time to decide!
This is one of the best Ink slow-motion I had seen till now, is very close of what I aim to achieve to the slow mooting screen, representing the right side of the brain or the process of creation, this screen will be reaction depending of what the interviewer is saint the the moment.
This video, A Brief History of John Baldessari by HENRYandREL Supermarche, was showing last year in class by Ian Cudmore, a teacher from my course. He wanted to give us original ideas on how to do something different when doing an interview.
I think he result is a fun interview that makes the viewer stay to see the whole thing even if he is not very interested in the subject discussed in it.
As we all know, the purpose of an interview is to inform, and this fulfills its purpose perfectly the use of humor, I think is very important to keep the viewer engage.