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Mr Vertigo wrote:
People are still making LEGO Star Wars trailers?
Sadly yes, probably due to them gaining lots of views, but that will die down over time.
Until the next trailer comes out, that is.
I should just go ahead and invent time travel so I can travel ahead to watch the new trailer, then travel back to the present and animate an absolutely amazing LEGO version that I'll release within 24 hours of the new trailer being released and go viral.
(Side note: Why has the "Photography" topic been closed?)
...uh, I think I accidentally clicked the Close topic button while watching Gravity Falls, I have unlocked it again.
And you want us to believe that eh?
I think its well done. What camera lens do you use?
Ooh, those flares are really nice. And that widescreen...
...with a Helios 44 2 58mm f/2 lens...
One of the best lenses around!
Thanks. I use the Helios 44-2 58mm f/2 prime lens.
Excellent choice sir.
Thanks to Smeagol, rioforce, and others extolling the virtues of the Helios 44-2, I too have obtained one and become a proselyte to the ways of this vintage Russian lens. It is beautiful.
I'd like to try still photography with it at some point, too, though it might be a bit difficult since it only has manual focus.
EDIT: Here it is. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-pWxD9zj3o I hope it helps.
Thanks! I'll be sure to try this out soon.
Last edited by Mr Vertigo (December 14, 2014 (05:28am))
This frame is sort of a test, but it is exactly what I intend the final shot to look like. I added a brownish/tan poster board thingy in the back and also added some simple "sand" to the image to give it that deserty, desolate look. Before I had the poster board thing, I was trying to do the backdrop through chroma keying, but unfortunately, it looked like crap(as always for me), and I much prefer this. Tell me what you guys think.
GHB: It looks like he's in a pretty intense sandstorm, so if that's what you're going for, great. If it's supposed to be a more normal day, you might want to try and clean it up a little bit.
AquaMorph: Dat Bokeh.
A little somethin' from an upcoming collaboration between me and MindGame. We'll post the finished video on Christmas day!
edit: aaand here it is.
Last edited by Sméagol (December 26, 2014 (05:56pm))
Tried to shoot a bit of something today, not sure if I'm going to ever actually finish it.
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