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Did this video background for a local company and I think it turned out not too shabby (i didnt make the website, just the video). Basically they wanted to show that they're a tech company but they also have fun. 'WORK - CREATE - PLAY' was the basic guideline of the video. I used a D800 with a 14-24mm 2.8 and a modified steadicam vest with a tripod mount to give a pov view without the shitty gopro fisheye look. *looking like a total doucher* (click for link) What they do is create companies (this is their father company you could say), nurture young entrepreneurs, and provide creative and fulfilling jobs. Let me know what you think! I snuck a no-comply in there
"Amidst the coldest winter our city has seen in the last 20 years, Seb Labbé, Joshua Bos, Adam Wawrzynczak and Chris Marleau braved through the woods in search of some fabled skate spots." This is my first time ever shooting a narrative type situation. I'm coming from strictly skateboarding but I adore cinema/cinematic shots so for this Maru (what started as a look book) video I wanted to try it out. By all means the acting is cheesy and the cuts are bad right before it goes into the skate scene because I had no idea what I was doing haha. Anyway the whole concept was to incorporate Drew Mosley's art into a skate film. He built and painted all of the characters and all of the ramps in the video and the idea of the video was built around his little forest creatures. So enjoy us freezing our asses off just in time for spring on a monday such as thus! Tech specs: D800 at 24p 24-70 2.8 HPX170 at 24p and 60p Arri Lights Grading: All files converted with 5DtoRGB FilmConvert Kodak Vision 3 200T 5213 16mm RGB Curves/Fast Color Corrector Adobe CS6 Suite