Behind The Scenes of PARALLAX by Philip Edsel with the RX0

12/11/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Behind The Scenes of PARALLAX by Philip Edsel with the RX0

Photographer and director Philip Edsel was commissioned by Sony to create a motion piece that put their all-new RX0 camera through it’s paces. The result is Parallax, a reference to both the physical perspectives with which the camera was used and the frenetic nature of relationships between two people.



This film was shot entirely on the new Sony RX0 camera to demonstrate it's ultra-compact form factor. The camera was used handheld, on a gimbal, in its underwater housing, crammed into tight corners, and in a group of 8 cameras on a bullet time rig.

THE FINAL VIDEO:



Parallax is looking at something from two different lines of sight and in a way, that’s exactly what Philip Edsel is doing today. Known as a fashion photographer, Edsel is making a concerted and deliberate push into filmmaking. In the new short film, PARALLAX, we get a glimpse into his creative vision in a medium that is wide open with possibilities.

CREDITS:

Concept & Direction - Philip Edsel / edselphoto.com
Director of Photography - Peter Longno / peterl.tv
Producer & BTS - Moyo Oyelola / melements.me
Choreography - Jacob Jonas / jacobjonas.com
Talent - Nic Walton & Joy Isabella Brown of Jacob Jonas the Company
Song - “Into” by Aten Rays / soundcloud.com/aten-rays


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About Philip Edsel :


Philip Edsel is a former touring musician, author of the first-ever Instagram novel, and a professional photographer and director.
His work is based on the concept of potential energy, and is inspired by classical art, modern design, vibrant colors, hard shadows, and sentimental memory. Let's Get Connected: www.edselphoto.com 


Text, image and video via Sony Alpha Universe and Edsel | Read the full article on alphauniverse.com



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