COMPLEX AND IMPRESSIVE STEADICAM SHOT

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Leon Benzakein

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COMPLEX AND IMPRESSIVE STEADICAM SHOT

PostTue Nov 03, 2020 3:42 pm

IMO this is why we do what we do and what we hope to be working on when we grow up.



Watch the BTS.





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Brad Hurley

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Re: COMPLEX AND IMPRESSIVE STEADICAM SHOT

PostTue Nov 03, 2020 8:36 pm

Very impressive, and a shout-out to the spotters for the steadicam operator (and I thought it odd that the focus-puller didn't have a spotter...having to walk backward without a spotter is tricky, although maybe they dispensed with some of the spotters for the BTS version).
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