I seriously can’t wait for you all to see what I have been working on. For the first time, I have decided to enter the @rodemic short film competition! It’s considered the world’s largest short film competition so it’s time to see if I’ve got what it takes to win. I have a lot of faith in this idea and everyone involved. Just got to make sure I don’t screw it up now. Here is the first look at my new short film Looking Back. DP: @alexelkinsdp
I recently completed this challenging colorful double mural in one of the most beautiful area of the city, Fukuoka Marina. More pictures and information to come. Many thanks to @zeroten_jp for excellently curating the project and the wonderful city of Fukuoka.
“Sh! The Octopus” (1937)
For this scene, the actress was made up in exaggerated highlights and shadows (including her teeth) using a single color shade of makeup. When filmed through a filter the same shade as the makeup, it's invisible to the camera. Take the filter away and the makeup suddenly becomes visible. Besides a filter, the makeup can also be hidden by similar-colored light.
This technique was created by cinematographer Karl Struss.