Wondrous Place from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.
Keep Austin Weird!! Haha!
Colors are great, and as always your stuff looks good!
OK so I’m totally amazed on how you get people to feel comfortable in front of the camera. I showed my wife your flight attendant rapper video and expressed my amazement to her wondering how does he (that would be you) get people to do this stuff for him on camera. Then she quickly responded “Well, honey… it’s his accent and he’s not bad looking. Kinda grungy but, not bad looking.” Then she proceeded to quote you with her bad British accent “Lovely Gem.” Case closed. Signing up for an online British accent course.
Love the video. Cooky guy but, great artistic elements.
Another great piece Philip. Apple might come knocking next.
I have been shooting with my Sony EX3/Letus Ultimate/Nikon rig recently, and the only lens that is killing me is that 17-35mm f2.8 Nikon zoom. No matter how hard I try to properly back focus it , I cannot seem to get extreme long focus with that damn thing. For $1600.00, it should make breakfast for me.
I even had the lens serviced and set to Nikon computer specs and even that did not seem to do the trick.
It makes me wish that I had bought the 20mm f/2.8, 24mm f/2.8 28mm f/2.8, and 35mm f/1.4 manual lenses separately.
Yep, that’s Austin, TX for you! No one is shy here.
Did you set shutter to 1/25 on purpose or by mistake? Sure looks as if it’s shot with 1/25
Nope. That will be the shots slowed down further with twixtor.
That’s some crazy shit. Crazy cool.
[...] out stuff I have done on the Letus Ultimate and EX3 around the same time…Rhyolite Ghost Town, Wondrous Place and NT [...]
So you shot this at 25P and then slowed it down at half speed and used twixtor to create the in-between frames making it look nice and smooth yet giving it a look like you had the shutter a bit too slow?
Hi Philip…you became my guru since I discover you..
If I use music from some edited artist and if I put the link for Itunes (like you) can i use the music in my shorts?? Is that the trick??
Thanks for everything