29.04.13 by Jeff

“Screengrab” by Willie Witte

screengrab by willie witte
By day Willie Witte is a documentary filmmaker working on a PBS series, but he uses his evenings to experiment with analog visual techniques. None of the visuals in this video are computer generated. Watch below!

“SCREENGRAB” by Willie Witte













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • love the sequence with the scissors!

    • still trying to wrap my head around what goes into actually making this

      • Snapshots of videos and videos and snapshots? Top stuff

  • mind. blown.

  • awesome!

  • bob

    Not computer generated? That was all made on a computer. Do you mean no 3d Computer models and animation?

    • sure – if you want to split hairs i could have said effects instead of visuals so as not to imply the video as a whole -obviously the editing and uploading onto the Internet requires a computer. the point i am trying to highlight is that the creativity is taking place in front of a camera lens. cheers

  • Oh the mind games!

  • amazing use of evenings.

  • benny boy

    I think I’m… going to stop trying now…

  • Hexaploid

    Confused… Is the implication here that this is all a continuous take? I don’t understand what is meant by “None of the visuals in this video are computer generated.” – if regular non-linear editing is being used then this is pretty straight forward. Clever, but not at all baffling. If there is no editing then, holy hell I have no idea how it was done.

  • I’m still trying to figure out how you did this! Great work.

  • johan

    No….

  • nice surreal video!





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