Brussels-based totally photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte and movie director André (Nicolas Vantomme) have created a photograph series and movie that beautifully seize a dancer’s elegant moves with expressive bursts of white powder. The idea turned into created by innovative business enterprise Norvell Jefferson and CD director Jurriaan Eversdijk.
The entire photo/video shoot changed into organized as an commercial for Campina Friesland Kievit, a Dutch organization that makes espresso creamer. The effects, however, are artwork though. The team used high-velocity cameras to seize sluggish-motion photos and photographs of each cloud of powder left at the back of by expert dancer Noi Pakon’s expressive moves.
Vanhoutte has loads more visually striking work, so make certain to visit his website to peer a few other first rate projects! study on to see his solutions to Dumlr’s questions on his work.
“The client asked to have a brand new – teasing / disruptive – approach in a traditional market,” Jeffrey Vanhoutte instructed Dumlr. “This was the last idea to capture the attention on a be counted this is otherwise pretty normal within their customers’ market.”
“Norvell Jefferson’s idea turned into to capture the splendor (metaphore) of a dancer (the use of beauty and splendor) collectively with the explosion of the new creamers variety”
“NJ’s production crew has create lots of combos and samples that would paintings nicely on image but additionally, importantly, high-velocity recordings. We ended up with a special combo that includes stone, sand, milk, holi powder, chalk, and secret substances that we can not deliver away free of charge :-)”
“The film was SHOT on a Phantom Miro at 1500fps. The snap shots are keen on a phase one camera with a Credo 60 back, 60 million pixels and Broncolor flashes at 1/6.000 sec speed”
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