Well, SXSW is fast approaching again this year, and when thinking about memorable moments from last year's events Sea Wolf comes to mind. We had the opportunity to make a film and record a live track with Alex Brown Church (Sea Wolf) at Austin's Central Presbyterian Church along with our friends at Dangerbird Records.
This film has been a long time in the making and as we approach the beginning of SXSW it's great to look back and relive it. Part of the film has footage we shot on the Santa Monica pier as well as a sunset in Malibu. We also got to experiment with Lomography's Lomokino hand-crank 35mm film camera, which came out beautifully.
The track "Priscilla" comes off of the Sea Wolf album Old World Romance which you can pick up at your local record shop or digitally here: http://bit.ly/oldworldromance
SEA WOLF "PRISCILLA"
Enjoy the official Transistor Six film "PRISCILLA" from SEA WOLF filmed live during SXSW at the Central Presbyterian Church in Austin TX . This film was shot on glorious Super 8 vintage film and cameras as well as the Lomography Lomokino 35mm film camera.
We did some experimenting with Alex and did some double exposures, portraits as well as some Stereophonic images that you can learn more about below. Our double exposures are from a roll of 100 Slide film that we previously shot a sunset of in Malibu, CA.
Included in this Sea Wolf series are some Stereophonic images where we taped two LC-A+ cameras together and took stereo shots of Alex. To see it in stereo / 3D here's what you have to do. Gaze at the stereo pair, keeping your eyes level (don't tilt your head left or right), and cross your eyes slightly. Try to cross your eyes slowly, so that the two images in the center come together. When they converge or fuse, you will see them as a single 3D image.
About the Photos:
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Produced By: Cory Llewellyn & Daniel Northcutt
Camera Crew: Christopher Morse, Sean Schiavolin, Rachael Stuckey, Clint Beckwith, Cory Llewellyn, Steve Conn & Glenn Cocco, Marc Hall
Edited by: Sean Schiavolin & Christopher Morse
Colored by: Sean Schiavolin
Audio Engineering and Mixing: Matt Howard
Website & App: David Peris
Words & Photos: Cory Llewellyn