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FROZEN
MOMENT


LIVE
ACTION


STOP-
START


SLOW
MOTION


TIME
RAMP


SPACE
RAMP


TIME
BLUR


SPACE
BLUR


LONG
EXPOSURE


MULTIPLE
EXPOSURE


OPEN
FLASH


FLASH
TRAIL


LIGHT
PAINTING


MOTION
DISTORTION


MATCH
CUT


UNIVERSAL
CAPTURE



TECHNIQUES - STOP START


Time stop-start is the moment of transition from live action to a frozen moment.

There are several ways this transition can take place:

The live action shots can be shot with a cinema camera or they can be shot within Digital Air's camera system using our live action shooting technique.

If we shoot the live action shots with a cinema camera the cinema camera can be stationary or it can be moving.

If the cinema camera is moving at the same rate and in the same direction as the virtual perspective of Digital Air's camera system the overall camera movement will appear continuous through the transition.

Time stop-start can also be introduced with a time ramp or a space ramp - so that time or the camera movement or both may appear to slow down (or speed up) before time stops.








Timetrack™ camera with Arri 435 for live action




Timetrack™ camera with Arri 435 for live action



EXAMPLE - STOP START


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Project: AES Electropaulo - TV commercial

Equipment: Timetrack™ 80 lens curved camera
Client: Applied Energy Services
Director: Julio Xavier
Production Company: W/Brasil (Sao Paulo)
Producer: Anne Raszl
Post Production: JX Filmes

link to finished spot: http://www.digitalair.com/aes.html









For this example of the stop start effect we mounted an Arri 435 on the end of a Timetrack™ 80 lens curved camera and cut to the Arri after the Timetrack™ shot.