Slow Motion Body Paint NSFW

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  1. Tim BarberTim Barber

    Paul, as an architect I can take a blank piece of paper and design a building from scratch.  I stare at your designs and wonder in amazement how you know what to put where!

  2. Donald McCaskillDonald McCaskill

    Paul, I have a question for you on the photography side of the skill set.  I know you mentioned wanting the gopro hero3 once upon a time; but have you tried using a tripod on a time delay for still photos and then cutting those together for in-process video?   Or do you take real time video and then speed it up in post?   I want to start shooting some videos of my paint process but would like your opinion on what has better results:  real time video sped up, or time lapse stills stitched as a video.

    Cheers!

  3. Paul RoustanPaul Roustan

    +Donald McCaskill  I use a tripod and still photos for my timelapse videos like this one http://youtu.be/myn7sNBPt24  Not only is it much higher resolution, but the file size is waaay more manageable. Imagine the file size of video recording 3+ hours, and then trying to slow it down, plus the time it would take to render it. That's a lot of memory and time.

    However, for slow motion, like this posted video, more frames per second is a priority. So video works better. I like the GoPro 3 because it is capable of doing 120 fps at 720p (something like that) which is amazing. The file size is not much of an issue because you're taking a much smaller amount of footage and slowing it down.

    Each clip in this video was originally no longer than 3 seconds.

  4. Donald McCaskillDonald McCaskill

    Awesome. Thanks for the tips. For time delay, I am thinking either once every 30 seconds or once a minute. But that would make an hour paint job into only 120 frames though…. So 4-6 seconds of video total. Is that about what you would expect ?