Reminiscent of the best in-camera visual trickery of the mighty Michel Gondry, director Oscar Hudson’s incredible music video for Bonobo and Nick Murphy’s chillwave track was created using forced perspectives with “a very small camera… and a very big set.”
For his latest video, practical effects wizard Joey Shanks shows off how the prismatic effect that occurs on the surface of soap bubbles can be lit and captured to make it look like the gaseous clouds swirling around a planet.
Directed by Alec Berg as part of Lexus’ Amazing in Motion series, dozens of stuntmen were rigged up all over Kuala Lumpur in LED suits to give the illusion of a single parkour athlete crossing the city. Behind the scenes footage here.
Our pal Mark Rober always wanted to shoot Matrix-style “bullet time” footage, but never had the rig to do it right. But somehow he managed to pull it off with a GoPro Hero3, two flashlights, a wood turntable and a ceiling fan motor.