360° in 36 frames: A Lomo shoot-out at Waverley Abbey

I shot the 'action' sequence in this analogue movie of my children staging a Lomo shoot-out at Waverley Abbey (in Farnham, Surrey, UK) with a single roll of Fuji Provia 100F (cross-processed), moving the camera (a Nikon F100, on a tripod) a little bit at a time to capture a 360° view of them in the 36 frames on the roll. Additional shots of the Abbey from previous visits there were added for variety.

8 commentaires

  1. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    Submit this one to the analogue video contest and you're going home with the grand prize! Just my opinion... ;-)

  2. weleasewoger72
    weleasewoger72 ·


  3. alburnkat
    alburnkat ·

    Fantastic!! I can't tell if your kids had a good time, but Shimmer had a blast. ;-)

  4. kibs
    kibs ·

    fantastic!!!! I agree with above :)

  5. stratski
    stratski ·

    Great film. Though in my opinion it really doesn't need those shots of the Abby in between (lovely as they are), they kind of break the flow I think. But yeah, a really cool idea, and very well executed!

  6. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    @sandravo: Are you suggesting that winning one of those fantastic prizes would buy me happiness? You're damned right it would...!! ;-) @stratski: I see your point, but I believe those extra shots serve as visual punctuation - just going around in a circle would have been less engaging, no? @alburnkat: Hee, hee - yes, she had a blast chasing the bubbles! My kids did have fun too, though they reckon I'm a bit of a ctrl freak as a 'director'...! ;-) @weleasewoger72, @kibs and @all: Thanks very much for your support!

  7. dreamseller
    dreamseller ·

    well done! and a great song! :)

  8. ohlordy
    ohlordy ·