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120 Notes - colored with FilmConvert

By Matt Wolfe, uploaded Monday, 29 July 2013
Camera: 5Dmk3, 7D
Software: FilmConvert Pro - After Effects, Premiere (Windows)
Settings: Polaroid 600
Originally a concept for a "60 Seconds" project - where 1 second is 1 shot . It evolved into 100 Seconds (I liked the number over sixty), but I couldn't find music that I liked at 1 second intervals. 100 Seconds became 100 Notes, but in this particular piece there are 121 notes, but with 120 with Marg and 1 of black at the beginning.

I'd been trying to get this project done since before the summer started, but I could never get it to work, or really look, the way I wanted it to, after three different shoots.

Randomly saw a Philip Bloom (https://vimeo.com/philipbloom) blog about FilmConvert (http://philipbloom.net/2013/07/28/filmconvert/), and decided to give the demo a try. I really liked it, and decided to work it into this 120 Notes project.

I completely reworked the sequence shots from my earlier attempts, and decided on the Polaroid 600 film emulation.

FilmConvert plugin (via http://filmconvert.com/)
Music: A Boy