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    Senior Member Demetri Zuev's Avatar
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    Hey guys!

    Here's a commercial I directed for Adidas that we shot on Epic Dragon using a range of LOMO Anamorphic lenses as well as some Macro glass.

    Hope you like it and ready to answer any questions you might have.

    "Production value!"
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    Really liked this Demetri, great work.

    The watch shot around 0:49, awesome. Was that some sort of body mounted rig or talent held?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Altino View Post
    Really liked this Demetri, great work.

    The watch shot around 0:49, awesome. Was that some sort of body mounted rig or talent held?
    That particular shot is actually a hand mounted BM Micro camera rig, but don't tell anyone
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    Really really nice man. great work..
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    It looks amazing - great use of locations.

    how did you rotate the camera?
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    Very cool. Nice locations, rhythm, sound, pacing.
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    loved it. what was your camera set up like for running shots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamal strong View Post
    Really really nice man. great work..
    Thank Jamal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vedran Rapo View Post
    It looks amazing - great use of locations.

    how did you rotate the camera?
    Thank you Vedran!

    If you mean the white tunnel shot - we had a steadicam operator who rode a Segway and he was just turning the whole thing clockwise while following our lead
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akin A View Post
    Very cool. Nice locations, rhythm, sound, pacing.

    Thanks Akin!
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