In August 2010 Heiko Knauer and I were asked to make an image movie for the Arri processing laboratory in Munich Germany. We had 4 days of shooting inside the lab and then about another 5 days of Postpro. We were shooting with a Canon 5D Mark II. The following lenses were used: Canon 50mm f/1.4 ,Canon 100mm f/2.8 ,Canon 24-105 f/4.0 and on top of that we had 2 tripods as well as a glidetrack. The post was done with Final Cut Pro and Magic Bullet Looks. The main goal was to display the machines with as less human interaction as possible. Heiko Knauer mainly took care of the camera work with me as the assistant. After the shoot were kept in dialogue with Arri on what the final look of the video should be like and we decided to keep it very blue to stay with the ARRI colors and the cold style of the machines. Lorenz Brunner created the sound track to the edit and after a few corrections on edit an music we finished this piece of work.
Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011
In my blog I want to share my work with you but also videos and posts I enjoyed reading myself. The first series of blogposts is going to be about my world trip last from September 2010 – January 2011. I traveled eastwards and my first stop was in Nepal. I was living with a wonderful family in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. After that I went to the Chitwan national park to see rhinos, elephants and other crazy animals. My last stop before returning back to Kathmandu was the Anapurna trek that started with a little bus trip from Phokra to Ghandruk. I hope you enjoy the video!