American Idol finalist Tim Halperin with his second video by Joe Childress and Jonathan Combs for The Last Song: a diverse journey in search of a girl which starts when he climbs into his piano. And …
Revolver 'Let's Get Together' by Tim and Joe
The video features some excellent and inventive lighting effects courtesy of DoP David Procter and visual effects artist Chris Bristow. Both have delved into the madder side of filming, David with his notorious Raindance Trailer and, more recently, Chris with his animated promo for Dirty Alice.
Tim and Joe: "We collaborated with Chris Bristow and David Procter to design the identity of the light from the start. We shone light through liquids and textured glass to create in-camera effects which Chris then combined with his visual effects, bringing David's beautiful cinematogrphy to life. The video was shot in two locations, a day and a night and stars first-time actor Billy Wright."
David Procter adds: "It was crucial that the light retained an almost organic quality. Meticulous planning from Tim and Joe, with Chris' detailed pre-vis of the post-effects, helped me in designing bespoke lighting rigs to achieve believable environmental effects of the moving lights. Seeking a fairly raw aesthetic, whilst embracing the darkness, the fusion of in-camera plates, flares and unorthodox techniques feeding into the VFX work was a truly liberating collaboration."
|Director||Tim and Joe|
|Production Company||White Lodge|
|Executive Producer||Stephen Whelan|
|Director of Photography||David Procter|
|1st AD||Felix Harrison|
|Art Director||Bryony Bradford|
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