Lumiere video follows filmmaking in the tradition of the Lumiere brothers, who are credited for some of the world’s first films. Incidentally, the word lumiere is French for light. Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen and Brittany Shoot drew up the Lumiere Manifesto, outlining their beliefs in what everyday video does and should do. According to them, video without context can be beautiful.No distractions and effects are allowed.The value of the image lies in the multiple interpretations by the viewer.
These are the principles they propose:
- No zoom
- No edit
- No effects
- 60 seconds max.
- Fixed camera
- No audio
Would you like to make Lumiere videos?