Throughout March and April 2012, I worked with Great Silence Media to cover the Edinburgh International Science Festival and create a series of web videos to archive some of the festival’s events.
I was tasked with filming and editing. I used my own Panasonic AF101 and edited on Final Cut Pro. Many of the videos followed a set ENG style pattern. I would shoot an interview on site, as well as a number of cutaways, the interview would be stripped down to a couple of minutes and covered with the cutaways captured.
This video shows the typical format of most of the content.
I was also on hand to capture shots of the festival’s opening party. These shots, again using the Panasonic AF101, were cut into a little montage, giving a flavour of the evenings events.
I was also tasked with capturing a flash mob at the National Museum of Scotland, which was filmed mostly with a single camera, cut together and uploaded within 3 hours.
Finally, I’m throwing in this video, because it was a lot of fun to shoot!
The rest of the vids can be found below.