An enigmatic busker acts as an unlikely matchmaker between a young man and woman.
The film was shot in Chester, a historic Roman town on the Wirral peninsular, using a Sony A6300 camera in a variety of positions - some of which were intentional. A tripod was used as a shoulder mount, and an iPhone SE mounted on the end of a pole was used as a crane. As the light was bright, an ND8 filter was attached to the lenses. A RODE NTG2 was used for location sound, and was held at the end of a long pole in order to record coversations we were not part of.
The film was edited on a computer using the well-known NLE software DaVinci Resolve. This program enabled me to make cuts in the footage (an essential function when wishing to make a film), and also allowed me to export the timeline as a single clip (without this ability, I would have had to collect all the pieces and stitch them together by hand).
The finished film was uploaded to YouTube (a file-sharing website) through a semi-high-speed internet connection. The images were artisanally crafted to be consumed by human eyeballs, and to create satisfying chemical reactions in the brains of the person(s) those eyeballs are connected to.