Anadarko had just finish building their second town and they wanted to top it off with a new piece of artwork in the lobby. It was pretty awesome to see the art being assembled. They shipped the pieces from the artist’s studio and then had to assemble to remaining parts. I knew I had to get a timelapse of them completing and hanging the art work on the wall. The hardest part was anticipating what was next. There was a lot of waiting around and the milestone type shots happened within seconds.
Footage shot on Canon C100, 5D Mark III for timelapse. Tokina 11-16, Canon 70-200 and Canon 24-70. Colored with Colorista II.
This was a quick promo from the Veterans Day event held at Anadarko. I brought the GoPro to capture a few timelapses of the crowd. The timelapses at the begining of the video were done by the 5D. There is also a few shots in there from the Nikon D800 (shot by another guy in our group). I think the Nikon and Canon matched pretty well after some coloring.
Footage shot on Canon C100, Nikon D800 and 5D Mark III using Tokina 11-16, Canon 70-200 and Canon 24-70. Colored with Colorista II.
Shortly after traveling to PA to film the reclamation project, I had to travel back and tell a new story. I learned a few things from the last shoot and this shoot I wanted to have a two camera set up for the interviews. C100 was the wide on tripod, and 5D was on a monopod. We were also using a 4 in 1 reflector disc and used the disc with diffusion only to help with the 10am sunlight. We had challenged with the disc blowing in the wind, so I’ll have to revisit how to do this differently.
This is such a beautiful part of the country. We stayed for three nights. On the first morning we got up before sunrise and found a three locations to get our “beauty shots” of the creek. The C100 did a great job retaining highlights, which helped with the grade for those shots.
Footage shot on Canon C100 and 5D Mark III using Tokina 11-16, Canon 70-200 and Canon 24-70. Colored with Colorista II.