In this Studio Logos sequence for the movie Splice, I took imagery created by the designers at Prologue, and shot each one, along with each studio logo, with a 4×5 film camera. The result was a mini “x-ray” for each image and logo. Under the creative direction of Paul Mitchell, we then set up the individual 4×5 chromes on a rig that allowed us to create unique analogue transitions between images with a macro lens rack focus technique. True to the predilection of Kyle Cooper at Prologue, we created visual effects in an analogue manner whenever possible, rather than relying on computer generated effects. This process is one of the things that often sets Prologue’s work apart, and the primary reason someone like me, with no CG background, was able to create VFX for a company like Prologue.