Content Creator Spotlight: “Pacific Rim: Uprising” Art Director Jacinta Leong
Jacinta Leong, the award-winning art director who has worked on Pacific Rim: Uprising, Alien: Covenant, Mad Max, Star Wars and The Great Gatsby. In our interview, Jacinta graciously offers our readers a glimpse of using
“Edit to suit the viewers, not just yourself.
Enjoy your craft, and it will show in your videos.”
1) Are there any tips you would like to share with everyone?
If there’s an opportunity to test your image, intervals, card space, and battery power, then do!
Multiple cameras create a much more interesting movie, so if possible, buy more than just one camera.
2) How did you get your start creating time lapse videos?
My wife bought me a Brinno TLC100 garden camera over 10 years ago. I used it on a couple of film set builds, then upgraded to the TLC200 and TLC200 Pro when I discovered the improvements in the camera’s features. The LCD viewing screen was a major improvement.
3) What is the appeal of time lapse for you?
I love how these movies make time elastic. By speeding up the footage, the progress of an event is easy to watch. It’s informative, educational and entertaining. You can turn what would otherwise be a mundane process into a visual narrative.
4) What is your best time lapse achievement (link)?
The “Alien: Covenant” sets were beautiful shapes and forms, with textures and
5) What is the benefit of using a Brinno over other cameras?
Brinno cameras have features which other cameras do not match. These features include physical size, accessories, battery power
Pacific Rim: Uprising- The latest movie construction time lapse
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