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#1 Kirk Anderson

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 10:56 PM

I had some friends who wanted me to video tape their band playing at the house of blues.
I insisted on filming the whole thing in super8 instead of holding a lame-o video camera.
I grabbed my easy discreet chinon so no one would get weird.

I took what I got out of the whole concert and attempted to sync it to one of their songs.
So, lots of it doesn't match, but i tried.

Specs:
Chinon 132 Pxl camera
18 fps
Auto Exposure only
1 roll Tri-x, 1 Roll Plus-x

I then had it processed at flim/video services in MN.

Projected on the wall with Chinon Projector
Shot the wall with HDD JVC Crappy video Camera

Edited in FCP. On export I got some glitches, but it took so long and the band had a deadline. I hope to get a cleaner edit with out glitches soon.

definitely rough, I know, but fun non the less!

Youtube sucks, but it quick to load:



larger better definition on my website:

www.iamkirk.com/publicists.mov
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