Band Creates A Free Music Video Using Flickr
Great Music And A Little Bit Of Imagination.
Not everyone has friends with nice camera equipment or the persuasive power to swindle some young film students into recording their next music video. That's the situation Changing Clocks found themselves in. So they teamed up with the world of Flickr and created this neat video for free, using pictures from the web.
Jonathan Coulton created a video entirely out of Creative Commons-licensed images from Flickr back in 2005:
To be fair, the song itself was about Flickr.
This story is a good example of DIY resourcefulness. Kudos to Changing Clocks for electing to do something rather than nothing due to perceived limitations.
Here is another example of a guerilla-style DIY video I shot during a recent recording session in my studio with a $100 camera and a $12 tripod.
Video and a little back-story info here:
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Thanks for putting this up!
I’m Matt Rod of Changing Clocks and created the video.
If you’d like to get the whole feel for the song and see all the credits of the people involved you should definitely visit http://changingclocks.com/summer-video
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