In this project I have made three short-films out of shots that I took for a short narrative on getting ready for work as seen from different perspectives.
The first film is the shortest and looks and getting ready for work from the point-of-view of the character. The character still half-asleep has no true perspective to time and from his point-of-view the hour the allows himself from getting up to leaving for work seems to just rush by. Not help of course by him falling back to sleep.
In the second film we see the character from a third-person’s point-of-view who can see the character in realtime and has the benefit of a clock to reference.
In the last film I have created a mixture of the two, so we can see both points of view, the character’s own idea of time passing and the reality.
I used a combination of prime-lenses, 24mm f/2.8 50mm f/1.8 and 105mm f/2.8. The camera was set to ISO-400 and shutter to f/s 25 for all shots, aperture varied from shot to shot the white-balance was reset for each new shot.
I had originally planned to include sound; but my technical sound skills are still hit and miss with my new unfamiliar equipment and I failed activate the microphone so only recorded static.