A boy is faced with the task of saving the life of his own imagination.
Behind the scenes of To Save an Imagination
I used the RØDE VideoMic Pro to capture audio by mounting it on the shoe mount of my DSLR and on the Micro Boompole (which I attached to a C-Stand). I edited the film in Final Cut Pro X and created the visual effects in Adobe After Effects. All of the outdoor scenes were shot during the day, and I used color correction tools in both FCPX and After Effects to give them a night/dawn look.
Attrezzatura RØDE utilizzata
Billy Scharf - Writer, Director, Director of Photography, and Editor