A range of framed and 3D objects: just under 400 works shot over a 4 day period.
Tech: Images shot using polarised light sources and polarised camera to reduce reflections
This is the second year that I have undertaken a ‘flythrough’ film for the RUA. It is intended to give a flavour of the exhibition for those who cannot attend plus serve as a media backdrop for RUA events and lectures in the coming year.
The capture used a stabilised lens, in-body camera stabilisation and a gimbal 3-axis stabiliser. It was recorded at 4 x frame rate and slowed down to between 25 & 75% to give the ultimate smoothness
Lighting colours and levels are somewhat inconsistent as I move through the gallery, one light exhibited flicker
Large exhibitions are usually documented in photography.
In this case I had access to the exhibition when the building was closed to the public.
Lighting colours and levels are somewhat inconsistent
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