As the HDSLR revolution continues to effect the film and digital media production industries, we rarely see the effects of it in other places. This has changed, as Tilly Macalister-Smith of Vogue.com has written in her recent post about the ‘Birds Eye View Fashion Loves Film’ event. She relates many of the fashion photography insiders’ opinions in regards to the HDSLR effect on their work, as well as how the industry will change in the future.
THE world of fashion and film is still developing – that was the consensus at last night’s Birds Eye View Fashion Loves Film event, a series of female-directed fashion films curated by filmmaker Kathryn Ferguson, followed by a panel discussion.
Highlights included a video montage by fashion illustrator Julie Verhoeven featuring Kleenex boxes, rubber gloves and a soundtrack by Bobby Gillespie, a parody on consumerism by artist Katerina Jebb with tongue-in-cheek vignettes starring Tilda Swinton, Kristin Scott Thomas and Kylie Minogue, and a shopping channel pastiche hosted by Henry Holland and Pixie Geldoff with “in-house model” Dree Hemmingway wearing his autumn/winter 2011-12 collection.
“The internet and the iPod have had a massive effect on editorial – as soon as artists are commissioned these days they are thinking about how the project can be disseminated into different formats”…
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