Video of the Week: Edited Film Footage from 1890’s Paris Explores Some of the Everyday Thrills of Late 19th-Century LifeRoundup
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Videographer Guy Jones (previously) slows down film from the late 1800s to early 1900s to more accurately match the speed at which modern footage is recorded and played. In addition to editing the pace of the century-old film, Jones also adds in sound effects to make the scenes more relatable. The editor creates foley to accompany the clomping of horses’ hooves, indistinctive background chatter of crowds, and the ringing of train bells.
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