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New York Beauty and Fashion Photographer

8 Hours in Brooklyn – Next Level Pictures’ Video Shot With The Phantom Flex camera

Posted on August 12, 2011 in Cinematography, Photography

8 Hours in Brooklyn – Next Level Pictures’ Video Shot With The Phantom Flex camera

Check out this video shot by Jonathan Bregel and the guys from Next Level Pictures. The idea behind this video was to document whatever sort of culture they could find within an 8 hour span with literally no pre-production. We all have honestly seen too many slow-motion explosions, face slaps, and popping water baloons, that Jonathan thought capturing real culture, and real emotion would be a cool change of pace. His goal was to successfully pull of a few of these shots with a small crew in order to be able to pitch the Phantom Flex for a lot of the documentary work we shoot/produce. A big misconception is that you need a massive crew and massive lights in order to use this camera…false. However, you do need to know how to use natural daylight to your advantage along with having a kick-ass core crew to support you.

Video was shot on Rule Boston Camera’s Phantom Flex camera.

Song used: Skream – “Where you should be”

Lenses used:
Duclos/Tokina 11-16 f2.8
Arri 150mm Master Prime T1.3

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