Check it!! My latest carousel composite -and this time I recorded the whole thing :)
HD timelapse video: http://cl.ly/84tD
Tutorial screencast making of: http://cl.ly/860u
Full Size: http://cl.ly/85gf
over 2 years ago
Gongratsulations! Amazing work.
this is soo good.
Hey Erin, good to see you here. Did you know you can also add attachments as a pro dribbbler. Just to let u know. Still luv ur work.
Awesome stuff - I really liked your process vid on vimeo, too. People that take the time to show their full process are not dime a dozen!
Thanks Andrew, maybe I just hate my own voice but I can't watch it - I hope you didn't find it too drawn out. I'm going to keep trying to post more of these, and hopefully get better and being more succinct and not saying "so" all the time ;-)
Ah, I actually didn't listen to the audio...Now I have to! :)
Love the composite!
I love "looking" into the mind of someone as they work out a design. Thank you for this Erin, I really hope more are to come!
I even love your choice of soundtrack for the timelapse!
Great work Erin, have to ask though... what font are you using for the navigation?
Thanks Shaun, It's Gesta via Typekit :-)
Really enjoyed the vid, thanks.
Great Video! Its sad that some people have no clue what goes into photo compositing. The shoe looks great with the background and the tweaking of the tone to fit with the shoe is a nice touch. You should post a larger screenshot for detail and the background to get the whole feel of the site. The thumb looks good but I think the BG definitely adds to the site.
about 2 years ago
awesome work, the video was great!
Awesome work on this and especially the photo composite. It's amazing how you turned the very typical shoe photo into something so detailed and crisp looking.
Great video Erin!
almost 2 years ago
very good presentation of the product. I want to buy it! :)
wonderful @Erin Nolan
over 1 year ago
Loved your Video. Really great work.
about 1 year ago
I thought the whole project was well done, video, voice and all. I'll be watching more for sure!
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