This Creative Video Plays With Space and Time Using a Sony a7R II

Filmmaker Kevin McGloughlin and musician Max Cooper just released this new video titled “Resynthesis.” For the visuals, McGloughlin explored the ideas of space and time using still photos and real-time footage captured using a Sony a7R II mirrorless camera.

“My aspiration in this piece was to create a journey for the viewer, a passage through space and time, in an effort to represent time as a dimensional structure,” McGloughlin writes. “I aimed to convey existence as a solid component of time, an effort to glimpse the idea that our past still exists out there in a stretched, distorted dwelling.

“I wanted to capture a human/mortal essence of time, displaying brief impressions of human interactions and activity, traveling in time.”

McGloughlin captured all the fundamental imagery in photos and videos. Much of his visual effects were created in-camera using various techniques, while other “time displacement” techniques required laborious post-production work.

Most of the visuals were captured in Dublin, Ireland, and some of the shots were done in County Sligo.

You can find more of McGloughlin work on his website, Instagram, and Vimeo.