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Red Epic-W, KD 5213 Vis3
Cellar Door Moon Crow - Who's Way

Shooting hand held for this music video with the Red Epic-W for the band Cellar Door Moon Crow, it was a run and gun shoot that we had to do within a few hours with changing sun light and a small crew of just one person and the band.

By Shaun Hodson
Sony A7, FJ Velvia 100
Inevitable In Love Featuring Barbara Lekransy

iTunes: https://itun.es/nl/IMVylb?i=1264777699 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1tSG9y33TA4TIgvHJ2t5CN?si=Om6ZQUGi Amazon: http://a.co/fIRgyIV A smooth original soulful, jazzy track with distinctive yet crystal clear vocals of Barbara Lekransy, inspired by the 1930's and 1940's captured in a powerful contemporary production of sound. Video editing/grading software : DaVinci Resolve Final Cut Pro FilmConvert

By J.A.S. Wattimena
Sony A7s mkII , FJ Prov 100
RAINBOW GIRLS ≠ 39 GREEN LIGHTS ≠ SONY A7Sii + FILMCONVERT

I recorded this one shot video with the Rainbow Girls in November of 2016. We wanted the video to be an intimate performance with an "old photo album" look that the FilmConvert Provia provided so nicely. With its warm, neutral, almost wooden feel brings you into the performers space. I wanted this video to be primarily to be about the performance, music, and art direction. Hopefully leave it as "Raw" as possible. But I love color! So I shot it in a "flat" picture profile Slog3 Sgamut3 knowing I could bake in the color later with some tasty FilmConvert and gain a little extra dynamic range by doing so. I recorded the music on a Zoom H6 using a Sterling Audio ST-69 condenser mic and preamp with no post manipulation, just gain trimmed at the recorder. I hope ya'll enjoy. Keep up the excellent work. Cheers, Alex Wolfe (Artistic Director-Time Machine Media)

By Alex Wolfe