THE BLUE UMBRELLA

THE BLUE UMBRELLA

It must be new Pixar’s amazing little short stories which will amuze the masses of all ages !

The short was directed by camera and staging artist Saschka Unseld, and idea for it was inspired by seeing an abandoned umbrella lying in the gutter, the director explained…

It was the saddest thing. I stood there and wondered what had happened to him. I think that was when I got the idea of giving him a story.

Pixar also used a different and new technique when making this film that they haven’t used previously to help give it a photorealistic vision. It’s described as a “simulation of how light is emitted and reflected off surfaces, and deep compositing, or the layering of images that hold three-dimensional data. The effect is an image with richer plays between light and shadow, and depth of field. At specific moments in the story, Unseld also slowed filming to 12 frames per second, half the usual rate at which movies are filmed, to vary the rhythm of rain.”

Can’t wait to see it , what you think about the clip ?

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