Tilt shift do Carnaval do Rio de Janeiro feito em parceria com Keith Loutit.
Capturado no Rio de Janeiro em fevereiro de 2011.
Diretor: Jarbas Agnelli e Keith Loutit
Photos: Jarbas Agnelli e Keith Loutit
Trilha: Jarbas Agnelli
Diretor: Matias Vellutini.
Jeff Parmet is a righteous guy. He told me this story years ago and I never forgot it.skype interview – 02/26/12
Direção: Matias Vellutini
Realização: Mariana Lafratta
Macgyver: Bruno Paes
Câmera: Thiago Gonzaga
Câmera: Julia Vellutini
Figurino: Carla Fescina
Audio Mix: Thiago Duar
Pós: Eric Tosetti
Apoio: AD Studio
Director/Editor: Julia + Matias Vellutini.
Director of Photography: Glauco Firpo.
Producer: Ludmila Avila.
Post Supervisor: Eric Tosetti.
Gaffer: Maurício Leite.
Grip: Everton “Juba” Machado.
Assitant Directors: Sofia Beer + Tamaris Rappini.
My brother and my father and I in 1974.
Music: José Gonzales “Crosses” (published by Imperial Music Publishing/Misty Music)
Photos taken during 2 years, in various locations in Brazil and US, using several technics, like shaking the tripod and moving the zoom while shooting or attaching the camera to the car hood. I did the soundtrack afterwards, using Reaktor and Logic Pro.
The video won the MacLife magazine Time-Lapse Contest.
Mini adventures of Nina, my newborn daughter. Episodes 1, 2 and 3.
I wanted to make short stories of the daily life of a small baby, without the usual tricks, like dubbing or recording voiceover thoughts. Nina animations and expressions should tell the narrative.
Made entirely with photographs.
What can I say? My little baby is dancing and hugging trees.
Nina, 18 months.
Arraial d’Ajuda, Bahia, Brazil.
Canon 7D at 60 fps, 24-70mm.
Music: Lykke Li “Dance, Dance, Dance”
Slow mo scenes from São Paulo and New York, two of the busiest and fastest cities in the world.
Captured with a Casio EX-F1 camera at 300fps.
Music by Jónsi and Alex, “Happiness”.