Produced by Kevinandroy
Directed by David Strindberg
Did some camera operating on this video at the end of last year, but the result has not come out until now. Shot at a studio in north Whitechapel, Hackney, London on a Sony F5 in all natural light shining in from the windows in the ceiling. I believe pretty much all of the material was shot in 1080p 150 fps in the Sony XAVC codec. Some parts of it might have been 4k 60 fps. I used a bunch of Canon EF primes for lenses and the Slog2 gamut for colour space.
The shot of the ceiling was done on a rail with the camera pointed upwards. As you can see, that was the only source of light (the bulb was not utilised, for many reasons, one being the temperature, one being the high frame rate, one being the lack of power). As it was at the end of the day and the sun was going down, we started out with a decent bit of light but it all went away very quickly. The noise levels in the close shots might reflect this if one looks into the details.
The wide shots (above) were done on a tripod but the vast majority of the rest are handheld and what I presume to be stabilised in post production, which is a process I was not involved in. The high frame rate also helped a lot in taking the shakes off and in steadying the movement.
Ben V Hansen
Canon EF primes
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