I think I know who is behind all the hurricanes forest fires and earthquakes happening this week... Bolly4u
ISODESIGN | Go Nova – Scottish Screen | Motion graphics | One of our very first projects was a 'One Minute Cinema' commission for Scottish Screen. ‘Go Nova’ was an homage to early Bond titles and the beauty of plastic products made by Pifco in Manchester! This was all shot on 35mm rostrum camera operated by Bert Ross (Douglas Gordon’s technician) with music by Andy Cowton. These were screened internationally in cinemas on 35mm prints as inserts before main features.
Rostrum Camera Software. Create streaming video from still images using a joystick as motion control device. André Balzer (idc-Balzer) 1994
Filmfex Animation Showreel 1984 Filmfex Animation Services were based in London in the eighties. Laurie Calvert worked on many of these effects shots in this reel. Laurie specialised in computer controlled Rostrum cameras as a Light Scan cameraman - a streaky looking effect. IAC 14136. MCPS 5965. BPI 6271. PPL 6271. www.calvertfilm.fsnet.co.uk Some of the ones here that I worked on are: Falcon Cinema C4 logo New Years Eve Thames logo Atari Kool & the Gang (also did the Album cover) Catalyst
http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/blow-out/ Blow Out (1980) - full opening titles / TITLE DESIGNER - Richard Greenberg / STYLES- 1980s, 2D, animation, black and white, graphic, MOVIEmain title, optical, rostrum camera, typographic
Rue rosé was the first animated short film by Volker Schlecht. It was made as his graduation film at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle in 1996/97. The production was done in Prague at the animation studios Bratri v triku at Barrandov, drawn on paper and photographed under a traditional rostrum camera on 35mm. This upload is dedicated to the memory of our great teacher Eva Natus-Salamoun (+2014), who made this collaborative work possible. Many thanks to Detelina…
Doctor Who: Fifth Doctor Titles HD Recreation And the breakdown on YouTube here: youtube.com/watch?v=kRPuAsdHYCs The starfield title sequence was first introduced in The Leisure Hive (1980), the season opener of Tom Baker’s last run. As designed by Sid Sutton and photographed by Terry Handley, the original sequence was shot with a film rostrum camera, and made up of pieces of black card with pin-pricks stuck through them for the light to shine through, along with other photograp