Thousands lined the streets of downtown Savannah on Monday morning for the 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Bands, floats, and vehicles were decorated according to this year’s theme “dream with a vision, live with a purpose.” It’s an annual tradition for many families, and a way to honor the struggles and accomplishments of a great civil rights leader. Medium Format Film was hand developed by a friend and colleague Adam Trevillian. Images were created at the request of Mr. Tom Fischer from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
This was a midterm project for the Kinetic Typography class, in the Motion Media Design department, at SCAD. The focus on this project was motion tracking in 3D space. Footage All footage was captured based on an approved storyboard. Due to the short time frame, I decided to use natural lighting when possible. Footage was gathered with a Canon 7D, 720p60 conformed to 24fps with CinemaTools Tracking in After Effects, Composited in FCP Footage Locations Special thanks to Oscar Betancur, Actor Bob Grossi, Voice Over Ally Hilliard, Canon dSLR Concept of script came from Port City Church’s Sermon Series Bump “Perfect on Paper” vimeo.com/1815153