Exp, for experimental

An experimental piece, comprised by unused footage I had around from the Canon SX200 IS digicam. Download the HD version here. It’s not really that good, which is why I was contemplating adding it to my YouTube account which is used for my tests, rather than Vimeo’s. My idea originally was to use a talent (model), and have a small story about him/her trying to sleep, and when falling into REM, to start seeing these things and wake up in terror. Each time he/she would be falling further into their world. But I have no model, so I had to release it as is.

I wasn’t on drugs when I made that btw. But I definitely had a lot of sushi in my system.

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VonRiesling wrote on July 15th, 2009 at 10:56 AM PST:

Cool. Looks like the kind of footage that might be on a big screen behind a band at a live show.


PoutnikSantiago wrote on July 15th, 2009 at 2:15 PM PST:

Wow, where do you go for such ideas? How does one make such psychedelic footage? I guess it is all just regular objects we can see around us and run through this 70’s effect, right? Nice.


rambo wrote on July 15th, 2009 at 2:58 PM PST:

Looks very much like the NewBlue plugins for Vegas Eugenia, very nice.

I did a similar video of a stand up paddling (SUP)session.

Cheers Rambo


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Eugenia wrote on July 15th, 2009 at 3:11 PM PST:

No, I did not use NewBlue’s plugins, they don’t work properly on my Vista64 machine with a non-admin account. I used bump map, magic bullet, soft contrast, unsharpen mask, Posterwise & OrganicBlur from CreativeEase and some others depending on the scene like the new star-shine thing on Vegas Pro 9.


mikesum32 wrote on July 16th, 2009 at 7:44 PM PST:

I’m disappointed by the lack of me. I think more me would be much better.


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