You may have recently seen part of this great Lip Dub video on the local news channels. It was created by the Advanced Video Production class at Kamehameha Kapalama Campus, and features over 300 students at the school. In case you’re not familiar with what a Lip Dub is, it combines lip synching and audio dubbing to create a music video. Many of the more popular lip dub videos on Youtube use a long, moving shot technique where the participants and the camera travel through a location. More details about this below, check out the video:
This video was shot in one day, and involved four long takes which were edited together. One of the segments was filmed with the intention of playing it backwards, which posed quite a challenge. Instructor Leah Kihara, director Kameona Hokoana & cameraman Micah Mizumoto talk about how the video was made on KITV4. Also, Hawaii News Now talked about this last Thursday in their ‘Viral Video’ segment.