A bit of fun for people. I am shooting a clock and making a 90 second film out of it. I challenge you to do the same. Make a 90 second film of an object. Post the link on here and I will publish it! A nice challenge to do something special with something simple…good practice! Do as many shots as you want, make it as abstract as you want!
This is my film of one object, the clock in my hotel room in Boston. Below is a very small selection of other people’s entrants. Do check out the rest in the vim group or the comments below,
Short film of one object….a clock.
Shot on the 1DmkIV using various lenses including 100mm Macro, 17mm Tilt Shift and a Lensbaby composer.
Timelapse done of 7D and 1DmkIV
Music is by NiN from the Ghosts album track 1-2
Shot as part of my weekend challenge to shoot a short film based around one object.
I will do more of these. I love doing fast deadline quick challenges with no prep!
A 90 second short film made for Philip Bloom’s weekend challenge. I went through a number of ideas of what object to feature before settling on an old music box that my grandparents had.
SHOT with the Canon 5D mkII, 24-70 lens
EDITED with Final Cut Studio
Red & White was especially filmed for Philip Bloom 90 sec. weekend challenge.
Got a betta a week or so ago, both as a pet and as a subject to film. Philip Bloom posted a challenge for the weekend (http://philipbloom.net2010/07/17/weekend-challenge-shoot-a-short-90-second-film-on-one-object/) and the betta was an easy target. This was all shot, scored and edited today! After looking at the footage though, it looks like my tank already needs a good cleaning.
Shot on a Canon EOS T2i at 60fps with a 18-55mm (f/3.5-5.6), 70-300mm (f/4-5.6) macro and a 16mm (f/2.8) fisheye.
Director of Photography and tech guru Phillip Bloom posed a “weekend challenge” to produce a “90 second film of an object.”
After I read that blog post I found myself staring at an empty box of kitty litter as I thought about his “challenge.”
“But, that’s not fair,” I said to myself as I stared at the empty litter container. “Bloom’s object does something, it’s a clock. That’s just an empty plastic box!”
Filmed the evening of July 17th and produced the morning of July 18th.
Bloom’s Challenge here:
‘Blue’ created for Philip Bloom’s 90 second film, weekend challenge. The task was to pick an object, film & edit a 90 second short over the weekend.
I decided to go really abstract with my fav IKEA blue LED light sculpture lamp thingy (it’s basically IKEA tack but it’s my fav colour & beautiful!).
This is all raw footage, no grading what so ever, just simply cut together to music. Wish I’d had my tripod but took it into work a couple of days ago to shoot a timelapse and some BA$TARD stole it. 🙁
Notes: I waited until dark and made sure I placed it on a reflective surface deciding on the window sill so I could get some nice bokeh of the lights of the city behind and maximise the quality of light.
Camera: Canon T2i/550D
Lens: 50mm 1.8
Music: Helios – Bless this Morning Year
Short film submission for Philip Bloom’s weekend challenge – create a 90 second short film about a single object.
This was also the first film I shot with my Canon 7D.
Shot and edited this in only a few hours today. I had to get permission to shoot in this EPIC old junkyard near my home. The place has been around since the 1930’s and it is full of cars from the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s. There are literally hundreds of cars just like this one there. The forest has reclaimed a lot of the land and the place is surreal.
I wasn’t sure how much time I was going to have to edit this so I intentionally shot this with a warm white balance using my T2i. I wanted it to have a warm look to it so in case I didn’t have time to color it I shot it warm. This is straight from the camera.
For lenses I used a 50mm1.8 with Fader ND and the Tokina 11-16 f2.8 (in love with this lens..lol)
I left a great number of awesome looking shots out in order to squeeze 90 seconds. Going to edit up a longer piece and return to this place to interview the old lady who owns this place.