“Famous Last Words” Rhett & Link (video I’ve loved)

This week, I’m doing something a little different by showcasing a video that I’ve loved, rather then a photograph.
Rhett & Link are a comedy duo comprised of Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal. They are musicians and filmmakers, also (a bit like Flight of the Concords). I first heard of them through their “Thoughful Guy” rap video (I’ve written a blog post on here about it, do a search ;)). This brilliant video is “29 things you should never say” aka “Famous Last Words”. The editing is quick, the viewer doesn’t have time to see what happens to the pair after one of them, for example says “Let’s do that thing where you drive a car at me, and I jump over it”. In this, the viewer makes their own mind up about what happens to the subjects in the video.

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Tuesday post series #9: vidoes I’ve loved

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This week it’s a series of videos from Peta Pixel, on historic photographic processes. These are really interesting and informative and I suggest you check them out (even if there’s a lot of them ;)).

What do you think of them?

Also, do you like this series? I’ve only been getting feedback on certain things and I’d like to know what you think about what I’m doing. I have a lot of ideas for this blog and I should probably tighten up what I’m doing so give me your thoughts in the comments, thank you!

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Tuesday post series #1: videos I’ve loved

I have no words to describe how incredible this video is. It’s shot on DSLRs and it’s about how creative people make work and how the creative industries are working today. It’s so inspiring. It probably fueled my ambition to become a film-maker even more after seeing how good this was. It’s just… wow. <3