10.03.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: A VHS Style Journey Through India in 4 Minutes

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This video of David Aufdembrinke’s six-week trip to India might have been a lot more boring if it weren’t for some fantastic editing and some really unique colour grading. I don’t fully understand how the final effect was achieved but I know it involved an old VHS tape, a magnet, and lots of compositing. The editing style is very similar to that crazy video from Turkey, and if you’re an editor you may find yourself trying to advance frame by frame to understand how certain sequences were cut together.

Watch the video below!


 

David Aufdembrinke’s Website

Music by Alban Endlos













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



  • David now gives an extensive rundown of how he made this in the comments section of the video for anyone who is interested – such amazing work!

  • Rachel L.A. Goldsworthy

    As an editor reading this – perfect description.

  • Ben Friesen

    Id love to know the process that went into making this video. Awesome!





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