This music video is to the song “Wave” by Mason Jennings. I used a 7D with a 24-70 and a 16-35 on a Sachtler fluid head and also a glidecam hd 2000 on a glidecam vest. The goal was to show a story of a guy who gets beat up and finds peace in a hut on the beach. All of the shots were pretty simple except for the last one. To get the last shot we put the 7D on a magic arm and attached that to a C-Stand and turned the stand over the top of the hut. Enjoy!
For this shoot we put a spotlight with a full CTO against a shiny board and a 650 with a 1/2 CTB coming through the window. We also had a red LED to represent the police light. A fog machine helped represent the smoke in the house
The reason I chose this scene is because of their choice in blocking. When Ned is faced with the tough decision on whether or not to o to King’s Landing, his Maestor and his wife stand behind him out of focus and are placed on his shoulders to represent the two sides of his conscience.
For this shoot we set up a 2K outside to act as the sun and put a worklight bouncing against a wall inside the room as fill. The rig consisted of a T4i on a manfrotto 701 hdv head and 502 legs working as a shoulder rig. The lens used was a 50 1.2
This week I shot 4 continuous dialogues and cut them together to make a scene. I used a T4i with a polarizing filter on a 50 1.4
For this week’s asignment I used red and blue LEDs as my gag lighting sources. I made the LEDs as red and blue as I could and then used a full CTB and CTO to bring out more red and blue then had someone flash the lights on and off one by one to get the police light effect then threw on a 650 for the spotlight effect. I used a magic lantern RAW hack and it created a weird artifacting on the video so tjats why it looks the way it does. the password is “gaglighting”
In my first shot I am using the two cookies with Max in the middle to create symmetry in the food but also using a Max to bisect the frame. In the second shot I used the diagonals in the hallway to create a point of focus at the end of the hallway with Max on the longboard. The shot on the stairs is a bisecting shot with the middle of the stairs dividing the shot. The purpose being to bring attention to the left side of the frame.