Oh, she's bad, watch out!
I've been waiting a few weeks to post this, because since Taylor Swift published her new music video of her song "Bad Blood", I wanted to see how it was made.
Finally some footage was released, 'cause you know, this fail stunt made by herself was not enough BTS to me.
I'm not going to say how awesome the shots in the video are, 'cause you probably saw it already. Not yet? Well, here it is (You may not be able to see it on the blog so click on the link above).
Why not to support Ke$ha and her craziness and to listen to her dinausaur-ish song while reading today's post, uh? It fits the subject.
I recently watched the forth movie from the Jurassic Park saga, Jurassic World, and in resume I was not very impressed with the movie. Of course the motion picture and the animations and the acting were incredible (plus with that amazing surround sound), and it's kind of crazy to know that we are reaching a point in the movie industry were the viewers can't almost find out what's digital and what is real. The use of practical effects mixed with CG is not visible. Sadly I think the script was a bit boring. Half of the movie scenes are just the dinosaurs eating workers of the island and people and fighting with other animals. Of course I won't tell you the whole story, because it's available here, so I won't write it again.
There were some cool scenes like the ones with the gyrosphere thingie and also the scene when the main dinosaur of the movie fakes it's escape and out of sudden starts to kill everyone until about 5 minutes before the end of the movie. I also liked the most dramatic scenes, because still with all the pressure, it made the crowd that was watching with me to laugh. In the end I left the cinema with big headache because of the dinosaur's sounds, they scream a lot! Although I think it was an average movie, some people started to scream and cheer in the end, but the last guy to leave the room was me. In my opinion, if you want to honor the people who worked in the movie at least just roll your eyes at the ending credits list. It's not that hard, and also in almost every movie the ending songs are soft and also beautiful, like the song "I see fire" by Ed Sheeran in the end of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
...Anyway, in the end I think the movie was well done, but I don't know if I would watch it again...
Just to conclude I think the movie is not well rated since, in my opinion there are a lot of violent scenes, 12 years as minimum (is not enough, I think...)
Enough of talk, here's the damn trailer!
If you see the Behind the Scenes images on the video below, you'll see that some scenes were shot with Panavision cameras! So stop telling me that film is dead! It's NOT!
Learn below how some of the practical effects were made!
For more (nerd) stuff related to the movie, visit the IMDB page of the movie!
Did you watch it on the cinema? What are your thoughts about the movie? Share below!
Post written by @ProducoesPedroG
Lately, Nicki Minaj and other music artists are so *busy* that the only way to appear on music videos from other artists in which the song features them is to shoot them on a green screen and then to put them on a cool place when editing.
Here's some examples of this kind of music videos (some videos can only be seen directly on Youtube, to watch them click on "Watch on Youtube":
At least it was well motion tracked
Nicki with the height of a mountain
Will.I.Am - "Ke$ha, can I be a rich astronaut on your music vid, please, please, please???"
Predicting how holograms are going to be. Those foleys sound awesome!
And the last one... ...at least it has some flares to give the felling that it's not a video composition...
Green screen is joining artists to their fans since a long time ago...
Of course I'm jk, but it always looks weird when it's clear that the artist was recorded on a different place; and I got the felling that the guest singer was on tour or was not available to shoot on location.
Next week I'll share more *interesting* stuff like the one in today's post.
This is going to be the last post about the technical diary of this year's Eurovision Song Contest :( ... Don't be sad, it's not worth to feel like that, 'cause you know next year we'll have more fun, in Sweden!
During the past weeks I shared some behind the scenes of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, and to finish this year series of posts I decided to share some stuff that was published after the show had ended.
Here's the team who make show! (I believe there were more people, but still the stage has almost no free space!)
Did you saw the assembly of the stage? Take a look at the video below!
We saw a number of performances using different props on stage, take a look at the video below to see how they are put on stage!
Take a look at the inside of the arena before and during the grand final!
Check Australia coming to the stage at minute 9 and also take a look at the last 3 minutes of the video to see the reprise of Sweden!
In last segment of the grand final, the spokespersons from each country went live and said how many points they gave, but, as always, there are leaked images, and because of that we can see this images before each country went live. See the reactions and preparations of some of the countries!
If you're a fan of the videomapping techinique, you will like to see this image, because it shows how the technicians set the white background where the animations were projected! (Click on the image to see it better)