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John Presnell- "Say You'll Stay" Official Music Video

The debut music video from singer/songwriter John Presnell's upcoming album, COME BACK DOWN. Starring John Presnell, Donna Sickles Kohut, Ben Wood, and Carolin Pook. Shot on 35mm film with the Lomography Lomokino in New York City. Directed, Filmed and Edited by Adam Barnick. Production Assistants Guillermo Lorente Perez Erik Walkuski Painting by Guillermo Lorente Perez Thank you to: Nick Gaglia Verena Dobnik Kent Wilkinson Igor and Yelena Chernyak Nik, Nikki, and Tereza Gjeloshaj (c) 2012 Adam Barnick

adamb26 Filmed by adamb26. These tags describe this LomoKino movie: lomokino, lomokino nominee, 35mm, film, lomography, john presnell, music video, stephane wrembel, carolin pook, violin, new york city, manhattan, skyline, the high line, coney island, chinatown, brooklyn, brooklyn bridge, and adam barnick.

5 comments

  1. lomographynyc

    lomographynyc

    Yay we love it!

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  2. maria_vlachou

    maria_vlachou

    wow! great work!!!

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  3. noe_arteaga

    noe_arteaga

    Absolutely amazing!! I love how it starts really slow, and then builds up to the video. Every single shot has amazing exposure, beautifully edited. The song is catchy, too! But really, I cannot get over how well the exposures look! All the indoor shots and the neon one at the end look so seamless!!! Were these scanned at the Lomography shop?

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  4. adamb26

    adamb26

    Thank you for your comments!
    Yes these were scanned by the Lomo shop on 8th street, As "inexpensive" as the video was, we could have cut the budget in half if I'd done all the scanning..but I'm sure their scanner costs 100 times more than mine and it shows, the images are damn sharp! Some of the cropping is a bit odd but I think it all works. Please share if you think anyone will get a kick out of it!

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  5. jawknee

    jawknee

    I've never really been a huge fan of the lomokino. In all my searching I had never seen anything remarkable or breathtaking or avante-garde. I randomly clicked on your video and I am amazed! It seems fresh and new. Technique is great, camera angles are top notch, and above all, there is a great story here! Awesome job. You inspire me to look into the lomokino for myself!

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