Supergrass - Bad Blood (Dir: Keith Schofield)
Quicktime File: keithschofield.com
Album: "Diamond Hoo Ha" (2008)
nothing new but looks nice and raw. efficient overall. shame it doesn't go anywhere though.
i think this was keith schofield.
full size non-streaming quicktime: keithschofield.com
I dunno about 'nothing new' - I've never seen that camera moving trick before. It's pretty awesome.
It's reminiscent of Radiohead - Jigsaw Falling Into Place, but it definitely goes further.
That popcorn snare is also hilarious.
ok, well i can see that... but that Radiohead clip was the just a take on the doggie-cam.... having been done before on the Mick Jagger / Mark Romanek video; Smashing Pumpkins 1979, Requiem for a Dream, etc.... even that awful MTV show "Fear."
I'm assuming no one was wearing a camera mount here, at least in most of the shots.
Very very awesome.
so good. (schofield - such a geek. trust him to engineer this out of the ballpark.) great fun. (hairy: get out more.)
really cool track, cool vid - doesn't matter but yeah , have seen it before - radiohead, 1979, the jonnie ross panasonic short about the tape player, live perfs on french show 'taratata'... there was even a shot like this in pirates of the caribbean 2, when depp is stuck in a big wheel.
(sum previous art here too. still luv it, tho.)
Yes, it's great. May be wrong but isn't it just all tracked in post? No cam rig at all??
This is just GREAT. Wish I'll be always touched by such great exhibitions of fun and imagination.
scooper, you may be on to something there.
My guess is they shot and transfered in HD. Posted in NTSC D1. (or PAL for the UK folks). The extra information allows for shot stabilization and blowup.
rumor has it that schofield did all the post himself on a LAPTOP while holed up in germany visiting his sister. somebody stop this guy, he's a madman!
I can`t get it. Looks poor, like idea was to big for the budget. Cheap tracking.
can't agree with msm. I think this is about as good as videos get nowadays. Great energy. It kind of reminds me of the kind of videos that were being made about 10 years ago. And I mean that as a compliment. Can't believe tracking hasn't been rinsed like this before. great work.
Jaron Albertin used this sort of effect in at least 4 projects. Not that that negates this or something. I hope people are similarly kind if i do some shots like this down the road.
i'm ashamed to say that i didn't watch this video all the way through the first time... but having seen the entire thing, i absolutely love this
Yes, outstanding. I'm afraid I can't agree with (don't actually understand) the done before/cheap tracking comments. Track's good too.
a really excellent video and best thing i've seen in a long time
Fresh, fun, and entertaining. I love his take on the technique.
F-ing brilliant! 'Nuff said.
another one: stinkdigital.tv
Great pipi, thanks for this link but, man, my head's about to explode. How is this done? Is the camera fixed and then the fixtures digitally removed? Arrrrrgh
tracking point anchored in one position so the picture 'moves' around it. like sticking a drawing pin in a picture then rotating it. it has a fixed point of rotation etc.
well, at least that's how i thought it would be done...
frame: you can see how this is done, thanks to cheap pseudo-compositing in that clip: watch left and right of the glasses, and you can see where the sticks with which they were fixed to the camera were, erm, not painted out. not the same technique schofield used (by most accounts).
prog - good point.
you can see it well on this pic. but lusk was right about this video - same look essentially but different method.
scooper & lusk ftw. (via promo.)