A lomofilm by Susie Lomovitz, Peich & Eich.Suit up, walk on the red carpet and come in to the most expected premier of this summer: “The Fish Tank” after the jump…
This is the first lomofilm produced by El Taller, a great creative team that makes ‘nice things’. We decided to ad some emotion to the known stop motion technique, so we did it underwater and 100% analogue. We used the great Fisheye camera, the Submarine Case, a lomofilm 400 tripack 35mm, a tripod and much enthusiasm. We had a little trouble during the shooting, like the rubber of the case wasn’t doing its job, but the inventiveness of the team solved the problem and we finally made this beautiful summer ’2010 project.
Hope you liked it! LOMO ON!
“The Fish Tank”, a lomofilm by Susie Lomovitz, Eich and Peich.
With the special colaboration of Luis, and Coco “of little faith”.
Lomography with Fisheye + submarine case.
Photo 1: The ‘atrezzo’.
Photo 2: The Location.
Photo 3: Ooops! Technical problems…
Photo 4: Problem solved!
Photo 5: Camera preparation.
Photo 6: Shooting set.
Photo 7: Cameraman.
Photo 8: Fishes and turtle.
Photo 9: The super Team.
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