PrivacyGuard & TrackPad Protector
Your trackpad is protected from smashes, scratches and stains. When you’re on your laptop, no one but you can see your screen.
Imagine the possibilites, you sick and twisted freaks.
Chris and I filmed this “advert” for the Co-Op driving insurance aimed at young drivers. What a cracking feeling it was getting an email from the seeding company unknowingly asking me to publish it. When I started The Cheese Grater in the first year of ad school, this was one of my goals: to get to a point where I get asked to seed my own stuff on my own site… and get paid. Dope.
To precede any video content we do.
I wanted to make a video with the 14-150mm lens because it’s touted as a good video lens due to the near silent auto-focus. I ran into the garden and decided to just film anything. It’s not anything spectacular, but it is a nice demonstration.
I’ve recently got my hands on the Olympus 14-150mm M.ZUIKO Micro 4/3 camera lens for the Olympus PEN series of cameras. The lens is being used on the Olympus E-PL1 and so all video/photo content will have been produced using this badass camera & lens unless otherwise stated.
To start, I’d like to point out that I’m not a professional photographer (as many of you will know), but I am picking it up quickly as a hobby. With that in mind, I’m not going to get into all the nitty gritty details that only a camera/photography expert will understand but I will talk about it as the general consumer and technology lover.
A Brief Guide To Stop Motion
Tilt Shift Ping Pong
This is me playing with the Diorama Art filter on the Olympus PEN E-PL1. I tried filming a close up ping pong match as opposed to filming from far away to actually make it look miniature.
Well, I said I was going to do it.
This is a quick demonstration of the effects that can be achieved using Photoshop to manipulate the human form.
Please be aware that this was just a quickie project, as you’ll notice on the video there can be much more done in terms of fine details such as the skin shading, blending and just generally ironing out all the fine details and cleaning it up a bit.
But it gets the point across.