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From East to West - Shot on the 5D Mark II

 
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Jun 09, 2010 07:28 |  #1

My first video with an HDSLR.

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EF 24-105mm F4L IS (used extensively due to its versatility and IS)
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Sigma 70mm F2.8 Macro (delivered best IQ across the frame with vivid colors and nice bokeh)

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DIY Track/dolly with a 486RC2 ball head (will share its photo and making in coming days)
Glidecam 2000 PRO
Manfrotto 190X Pro B with 700RC head.
Manfrotto Friction Magic Arm + Manfrotto Suction cup (for the car scene)


5D Mark II + 40D | Lenses: Sigma 150-500mm BigmOS / Canon 24-105mm F4L IS / Canon 70-200 F4L IS / Canon 85mm 1.8 / Sigma Macro 70mm f/2.8 EX / Sigma 10-20mm EX / Canon 50mm f/1.8 II / Sigma 1.4x APO TC / Kenko 2x PRO300 DG. Lighting: Canon 580EX II + Metz 58 AF-1 + Sunpak 383...
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Jun 09, 2010 08:13 |  #2

beautiful landscape and quality. I can tell you put a lot of time and preparation into making this and it paid off!

The dolly shots were nice, but i felt as though you may have overused them in some instances. Other than that I really loved the perspective you gave. The scenes in the car were beautiful, that rig you have is pretty nice. Also, the man washing himself in the beginning was spot on sharp, and it was a pretty powerful sequence.

Congrats!


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Jun 09, 2010 08:22 |  #3

dolly shots were very nice I don't care if you use it too much still love it lol. I'm planning to do some music video myself. very well done


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Jun 09, 2010 11:10 as a reply to  @ unbeatable's post |  #4

Absolutely stunning. Beautiful work


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Jun 09, 2010 15:42 |  #5

Wonderful video! Quite a departure from a lot of the stuff on here, but not in a bad way.


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Jun 09, 2010 17:34 |  #6

bw!




  
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farrukh
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Jun 17, 2010 00:50 |  #7

Thank you everyone :D

theextremist04 wrote in post #10333030 (external link)
Quite a departure from a lot of the stuff on here, but not in a bad way.

Can you elaborate this?


5D Mark II + 40D | Lenses: Sigma 150-500mm BigmOS / Canon 24-105mm F4L IS / Canon 70-200 F4L IS / Canon 85mm 1.8 / Sigma Macro 70mm f/2.8 EX / Sigma 10-20mm EX / Canon 50mm f/1.8 II / Sigma 1.4x APO TC / Kenko 2x PRO300 DG. Lighting: Canon 580EX II + Metz 58 AF-1 + Sunpak 383...
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Jun 17, 2010 06:06 |  #8

Surely you are a professional videographer? :-)

Outstanding work my friend, you have inspired me to try and improve my (very limited) 5D video skills.


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Jun 17, 2010 08:28 |  #9

Very good man, now explain to us how you made the track/dolly please! :)


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Jun 17, 2010 20:21 |  #10

that clarity is amazing. just stunning work.

I 2nd the dolly/glidetrack you made. That is awesome! I am a DIY guy and would be nice to know the materials and process. Thanks for the info and keep up the good work. Awesome...


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Jun 19, 2010 04:22 |  #11

Great work, very well done!




  
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Jun 19, 2010 22:17 |  #12

Wow! Very nice work.


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Jun 23, 2010 20:59 |  #13

Let's get some info on that dolly/track system!


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Jun 24, 2010 05:01 |  #14

^ Keen to know as well. :)


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Jun 25, 2010 07:14 |  #15

Simply amazing.


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