So, I know I said that Project Monday is no longer a priorty because it wasn’t letting me grow as much as it once was blah blah blah
Well, I didn’t go out of my way for this stuff, I simply happened to finish the work last night and wait until today to relase it
Are the perfect tests? No
Are they a good indicator of how absolutely badass Magic Lantern RAW video on the T2i is? Yes
David “I got nothin” Fulde
Greetings all! So, I recently got an email from Tumblr informing me that Project Monday has been around for two years. That is almost ten percent of my entire time on this earth has been devoted to this blog. Wow.
Sure I missed weeks, and in some cases months, but I have grown so, so much over the course of this blog. I held it very tight to my chest, it has helped me blossom as a filmmaker and really helped me try out concepts and techniques I otherwise would not have had a chance at experiencing, at least not at this point in my career. And, as I look back, I can feel myself growing stagnant. The spark behind Project Monday, that drive to create just… isn’t there any more. The philosophies and techniques I learned while doing this has been, to be truly honest, life changing, but I feel that it is time to have a shift in focus.
With this in mind I feel that trying to make something every week, almost entirely on my own (though, recently, often with help of a good friend or two), just is not helping me grow as much as it once was. Is this the end of Project Monday? Not quite. Just a… Shift of priorities.
From now on, Project Monday will no longer be weekly. It will not be anything, really. I am going to try for bi-weekly. this will give me much more time to plan, shoot and edit the pieces. Bring the projects from “I’m proud of this for being made in X days” like CONNECTED to “I am proud of this.”
So… If all goes to plan… I will see you all here in two weeks.
David “this isn;t goodbye. Not Yet.” Fulde
So, this week I WAS going to release a version of TRANSPORT with some sound design. But then I got distracted with making a DMT Sheet
I’m releasing this as a page that cannot be edited. Make a duplicate in your own Google Drive, and then you can change it.
David “Use this however” Fulde
Alright! So, in the vein of trying to take this blog more seriously, I bit off more than I could chew. Oops?
So, this was the result of having a small idea and executing it, which is what I really want this blog to be about.
I’m fairly happy with it, some roto things I’m not happy with, and stuff like that but whatever; next week’sProject Monday will most likely be this same film, but with colour correction and sound design (ciuld not get to them. This week was busy aside from making this film)
without further ado
David “No Time for Sound Design” Fulde
Hey all! So, I WAS going to do some cinematography tests but, instead, I decided to release some photo’s from a live show, the album release part of a local band called this Ship. Enjoy! You can see more of these photo’s here: http://500px.com/DavidFulde
David “Photo’s and Stuff” Fulde
Greetings all! today I have a special post! As some of you know, I’ve been working on two larger projects, both of which are nearing the end of post production.
One of these is called IMPACT; which is following the trials of three friends after a post-societal event
The second of these projects is called STATIC, the synopsis of which is
"When wayward son William has his first turn with the family time machine, he discovers a strange and dazzling future. As he encounters an obstacle to his mission, he begins to worry if he will make it home, or be lost forever."
And today, we have a special Project Monday, which is the release of the trailer!
We shot this back in October, it was written by both myself and my good friend Jenna Graham; who also came up with the story and produced it!
It stars Bill Ogilvie and Khalela Perrault, who both came in at the 11th hour and kicked some serious ass!
Shot by the wonderful Jeff Knox, with special help on set by
Ryan McKinnon, Adam Gravelle, Sam Coleman, Adam Bonner, and Maria Psaila.
thank you SO much to everyone involved! I’m excited for everyone to see this!
Greetings! this week, to ease myself into Project Monday after that short hiatus, I made something simple. I decided to work a little on my 3D tracking skills, this week, and shoot something simple, my roommate hugh catching and then throwing a frisbee, then some computer magic and….
David “Next week, might have something special” fulde
I was in Yarmouth this weekend, and only really had a little bit of free time (while working on a larger project) so I only had ~one and a half hours.
Really fun challenge giving myself these tighter and tighter time constraints. This was an effect (Catching a thrown up gun magazine) for awhile!
David “It looks shitty because of time constraints” Fulde
Greetings all! Now, this week I decided to take a break from compositing since I realized that I’m REALLY into watches and wanted to try my hand at product photography! Here are the results
Freelensing Watches by DavidFulde
Oriental Blue by DavidFulde
Oriental Mess by DavidFulde
Free as a Lens by DavidFulde
Horizontal by DavidFulde
ORIENT AUTOMATIC by DavidFulde
Date by DavidFulde
Blue and Red by DavidFulde
Next week, back to more compositing!
David “Watches are cool” fulde
so, for this wek, it was literally a matter of grabbing my Roommate and heading outside and shooting random stuff like this (Using me variable ND filter :D AKA two polarizer filters on top of eachother) and I took my favourite shot and made this.
There was not planning to make this (dumb) it was all conceived within the compositor. I’ve been wanting to try this type of thing for awhile and it’s great that I can actually try it now! (Also, ignore the quick and dirty colour job, ha ha)
Removed the eye
Shrunk the nose down a touch
got rid of pimples/wrinkles
added a fresh cut/scar
David “Alway’s Learning” Fulde