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Sony has users foaming at the mouth!

This is the latest press release from Sony UK – filling the streets of Miami with club-style foam for their new digital photography ad campaign:
Sony has set out to captivate the advertising world once again with a new commercial designed to showcase the capabilities of its award-winning range of digital imaging products – including the latest models from its Alpha, Handycam and Cyber-shot ranges.

Shot in Miami, Florida, the advert, entitled ‘Foam City’, involves the Downtown area of the city being transformed into a foam-filled wonderland – with whole streets full of foam and bubbles. The world’s largest foam machine has been built especially for the ad, with over two million litres of foam being produced every minute.

The ‘stars’ of the shoot are genuine Miami citizens who have been invited to enter the ‘Foam City’ whilst the cameras capture their every reaction to their new surroundings – especially when scooters, bikes and even a truck are driven through the foam-filled landscape!

The inhabitants of Foam City are able to capture every single moment using a selection of Sony’s range of Cyber-shot digital stills cameras, Handycam camcorders and a DSLR cameras, and all the images taken over the course of the shoot will be uploaded to an online database – allowing people to not only re-live their own experiences but also share them with others.

To provide further insight into the uniqueness of the Foam City experience, a documentary team has picked a variety of different groups and individuals to follow – including a Miami family – recording their time at the shoot and their responses to the extraordinary environment.

Sony has turned to the same creative team behind the popular series of BRAVIA adverts – the ‘Balls’, ‘Paint’ and ‘Play-Doh’ trilogy – advertising agency Fallon London, for the shoot, which is being helmed by renowned director Simon Ratigan.

The foam theme is being used across all digital imaging advertising activity, and, there will be product specific ads appearing in addition to the main advert – focusing on the different technologies of the new ranges. The Alpha advert, for example, will focus on the challenge of capturing the perfect bubble.

“We wanted this to be a magical event where people would be able to have a truly unique photographic experience, where they could actually take images like no other,” says James Kennedy, General Manager, Marketing Communications, Sony Europe. “A place where we could show just how our products are designed to capture real life moments as they happen, in perfect detail. With Foam City, we have created somewhere you just can’t put your camera down, even for a moment, as something totally unexpected and wonderful happens every second.”

“A lot of my work to date has focused on people’s honest experiences and emotions,” says Director Simon Ratigan. “Having the citizens of Miami involved, with their free spirited nature and willingness to interact with this new and exciting environment, without any guidance other than to go and explore, has been a wonderful experience. The final ad will show natural, real life emotions and reactions to a city full of foam.”

To view the advert online, please visit: //www.sony.co.uk/images


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