Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu May 02, 2024 4:55 pm



This music video
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostSat May 11, 2024 7:19 am

First time using Dji RS4 Pro, it’s another learning curve.

I don’t know how to underexpose terrace’s view, it’d have looked much better.



Edit:

I used power windows and tracker. I managed to get underexpose exteriors.

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostSat May 11, 2024 10:17 am

Jukka Tallinen wrote:Trailer for my documentary Hatching Eagles.
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostTue May 14, 2024 1:26 pm

Hey everyone,

Just thought I would share my cinematography reel here as 99% of it was made with Blackmagic Cameras:


This reel includes both commissioned and personal work and features a mix of documentary, commercial and travel content.
These are the shots that I am most proud of whether it is for their composition, colour or movement.

As always I feel very lucky to have been involved in so many different projects around the world with amazing people and brands.

Hope you enjoy this selection and let me know if you have a favourite shot :).

Let me know if you have any questions :).

Cheers,
Flo
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostTue May 14, 2024 11:21 pm

Florent Piovesan wrote:Hey everyone,

Just thought I would share my cinematography reel here as 99% of it was made with Blackmagic Cameras:


This reel includes both commissioned and personal work and features a mix of documentary, commercial and travel content.
These are the shots that I am most proud of whether it is for their composition, colour or movement.

As always I feel very lucky to have been involved in so many different projects around the world with amazing people and brands.

Hope you enjoy this selection and let me know if you have a favourite shot :).

Let me know if you have any questions :).

Cheers,
Flo
Dude! Beautiful! Really lovely images. You inspire me to travel more. However, I’d definitely want to travel with the bigger URSA Mini Pro. How much was that primarily the Pocket cameras? Would hiking to some of those spots be worth lugging an URSA Cine with Vespid Primes? Or, maybe the new DZOFilm Arles Primes? Either way, light and nimble better?

It’s a great reel! Congratulations!


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Re: Official

PostWed May 15, 2024 8:04 am

Flo[/quote]Dude! Beautiful! Really lovely images. You inspire me to travel more. However, I’d definitely want to travel with the bigger URSA Mini Pro. How much was that primarily the Pocket cameras? Would hiking to some of those spots be worth lugging an URSA Cine with Vespid Primes? Or, maybe the new DZOFilm Arles Primes? Either way, light and nimble better?

It’s a great reel! Congratulations!


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Thanks so much for the positive feedback mate!!

90% is the Pockets, I much prefer them for traveling/outdoor. I did take the Ursa on some mountain spots especially with a car but I would always prefer the BMPCC6K for hiking etc. The 6K Pro is the best imo and I always use Canon Zoom lenses for speed and a light setup too.
I would only use the Ursa instead if the sole purpose of traveling was to capture the location and you could plan around that. When I went to Iceland for example I could have had the Ursa 12K instead because you can drive so close to the main locations and it's safe too :)
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PostWed May 15, 2024 8:05 am

timbutt2 wrote:
Florent Piovesan wrote:Hey everyone,

Just thought I would share my cinematography reel here as 99% of it was made with Blackmagic Cameras:


This reel includes both commissioned and personal work and features a mix of documentary, commercial and travel content.
These are the shots that I am most proud of whether it is for their composition, colour or movement.

As always I feel very lucky to have been involved in so many different projects around the world with amazing people and brands.

Hope you enjoy this selection and let me know if you have a favourite shot :).

Let me know if you have any questions :).

Cheers,
Flo
Dude! Beautiful! Really lovely images. You inspire me to travel more. However, I’d definitely want to travel with the bigger URSA Mini Pro. How much was that primarily the Pocket cameras? Would hiking to some of those spots be worth lugging an URSA Cine with Vespid Primes? Or, maybe the new DZOFilm Arles Primes? Either way, light and nimble better?

It’s a great reel! Congratulations!


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Thanks so much for the positive feedback mate!!

90% is the Pockets, I much prefer them for traveling/outdoor. I did take the Ursa on some mountain spots especially with a car but I would always prefer the BMPCC6K for hiking etc. The 6K Pro is the best imo and I always use Canon Zoom lenses for speed and a light setup too.
I would only use the Ursa instead if the sole purpose of traveling was to capture the location and you could plan around that. When I went to Iceland for example I could have had the Ursa 12K instead because you can drive so close to the main locations and it's safe too :)
https://www.oftwolands.com
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostWed May 15, 2024 12:40 pm

wanted to test out the davinci for iPad to edit something, so i just cut together a quick teaser for a short I did solo.

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostFri May 24, 2024 3:34 pm

For folk who have interest in aviation, here is a link to a presentation I shot for airshow display pilot Bob Grimstead. The camera was the blended Ursa Mini Pro made from two broken cameras.

It has an inbuilt Formatt IRND filter/contrast filter stack so behaves more like a camera with a native ISO of about 320. I therefore had to light the interview and lighting is not my strong suite.

I did the initial assembly with some stills and motion clips supplied by Bob, re-edited with his oversight and the final edit was undertaken by Gavan O'Sullivan of Insight Films.

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostFri May 24, 2024 4:51 pm

robert Hart wrote:For folk who have interest in aviation, here is a link to a presentation I shot for airshow display pilot Bob Grimstead.


For anyone with experience flying a light plane or glider, the content of that video is very interesting.

There’s quite a lot of information on the internet about the Fournier RF-4D motor glider.
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fournier_RF_4
An article by Bob Grimstead: https://pilotweb.aero/aircraft/flight-t ... d-8311310/
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