I used to ride a Bike – Final Phonar Task ‘a life in the day’

I Used To Ride A Bike from Sean Carroll on Vimeo.

Advertisements
Leave a comment

15 Comments

  1. Jack Somerset

     /  December 12, 2012

    i have an older tea towel

    Reply
  2. Really interesting subject, you got some really beautiful shots my fav is at the end with your dad playing the guitar with the sun behind him. Thought it was a really nice touch.

    Reply
  3. Genea Elizabeth Bailey

     /  December 12, 2012

    This is beautifully shot and a touching story. Works really well with the series of photographs too. Fantastic job!

    Reply
  4. Fantastic again! takes the previous series of images for picbod to a whole new level. Particularly loved the square photos of the old bike parts, I think even on their own they are powerful.

    Reply
  5. Really interesting project, really well made video. Are you going to be making more documentaries with the other survivors you spoke to?

    Reply
  6. jenniferhearn

     /  December 12, 2012

    Well done Sean, another amazing story that you have produced. I loved the way you framed certain shots and thought that you put it together beautifully. I really like how you are progressing with this subject matter and each new element of it is getting better every time!

    Reply
  7. Good to see your Dad’s story progress and have more detail since your Picbod work, could defiantly see this being longer, very interesting.

    Reply
  8. Jack Somerset

     /  December 12, 2012

    Good video `Sean, nice structure and composition. Music flowed nicely and story was an easy listening one. `i look forward to what’s next.

    Reply
  9. M. Mileva

     /  December 12, 2012

    Outstanding! I love your passion about the subject matter (not only because it’s your father, I suppose). Think you should continued with telling us more and more stories, involving more and more people. I can;t see what will happen, but I do feel it’s going to be huge! Good luck, mate! And Keep it as strong as you do!

    Reply
  10. Fantastic project as always!

    Reply
  11. outstanding! Visually impressive with good editing. no cut off point, I wanted to see more. showing a great skill set, allowing the subject to tell his story.

    Reply
  12. Amazing project, interesting and well shot. I think the way that you have incorporated the music worked well.

    Reply
  13. Great work man, a real insight into the character and story. After loving your photo’s this has added another level to the narrative. Would be great to see more like these focusing on different aspects of your dad and his journey.

    Reply
  14. Beautifully shot! A great continuation of the photo series. Unlike the photo series, the video shows your Dad’s personality and how life changes & continues after a brain hemorrhage.

    Reply
  15. Some really beautiful footage in your video, the sequence of photographs with the narration over the top really worked well. The final scene is beautiful with the light and framing. The opening scenes could be improved a bit by plugging the mic into the camera when filming just so you don’t get the sound of the focus ring as its moving etc, but still this doesn’t ruin the film as its awesome 🙂

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: