Projection in film
The cool thing about projection, is that it can be applied just about anywhere. "Toothbreaker", a short film directed by Simon Floris, was set in underground rave venue. Floris needed rave visuals, and here's what I came up with.
Step printing is a technique derived from optical printing. Optical printing is theoretical now (mostly) due to the equipment it used. However, some of the techniques can still be achieved with softwares like after effects. This technique was a driving factor in the visuals used for "Toothbreaker". It was achieved by repeating the same footage, lowering the opacity, and off-setting the timing by a couple of frames. The outcome is what you see here below. Footage from pexels.com and Emily Pace.
From the Set
MadMapper with the visuals
Testing the space
Watching the visuals on the space
Projections done by Emily Pace and Natasha Naylor