26.11.13 by Jeff

Delorean “Unhold”

Delorean-Unhold

How did they achieve the weird warping effects in this video? Dunno if I’ve seen it before! Watch the video below.


 

Directed by Eric Epstein

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



  • Elijah FOrd

    Reminded me of the pixies video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPgf_btTFlc

  • emma

    I think there is a lot of the use of the “vertigo” effect as well as some clever camerawork mixed with stabilization stuff done in post. and maybe some compositing as well? also maybe some special lenses / diopters / skewing filters or something

  • Mieka Jewett

    This looks like 3D projection to me. The footage is separated into planes then projected in a 3D software so that a camera can be moved through the scene to produce that ‘warped’ effect.

  • Andy Sloane

    they obviously filmed it with photo both





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