Thibaut Duverneix has conjured up a romantic and magical dance sequence for Elton John's new song Blue Wonderful. It follows a lonely woman in her suburban home, who dances as if …
The Canadian Affair (The Good The Bad '032') by Thibaut Duverneix
A compelling work by Thibaut Duverneix - described as an 'audio-visual collaboration' with Swedish band The Good The Bad and their reworking of the track 032. It's an impressive new take on what started with 'time-slice' as the camera moves within what looks convincingly like still tableaux, involving females of all ages.
Thibaut and the team at Antler Films have revealed how they actually achieved it, to fans of the video on Vimeo:
"We shot on RED MX with UNIK OPTIC lenses. People were standing still. We flied [sic] through the scenes with a steady cam at 3k 60fps. We then 3D motion-tracked the scenes, integrated 3D elements and fixed some things (wire removal, eyes blinking a lot...). But not too much, I didn't want it to be too perfect, people move just a little bit, sometimes blink their eyes, so it would be more poetic and less mechanical.
"Pre-grade was done in the RED software on set by our amazing DIT Alexis Vanier. The final grade was done in after effect along with compositing by Fly Studio."
|Production Assistant||Eric Raglione, Cody Larocque|
|Director of Photography||M|
|Focus Puller||Guillaume Sabourin|
|Production Company||Antler Films|
|Assistant Art Director||Amandine Daviet, Pierre|
|Post Producer||Fly Studio|
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