It's not every day you get to see behind the scenes of a documentary in production. Thanks to adventure filmmakers Parker Walbeck and Carter Hogan (co-horts with Devin Graham of DevinSupertramp), we get to peak behind the curtain to see what it takes to produce a high quality and beautiful film.
Here's the final video that was produced as part of a shoot for their client WeaveSleeve and then below that is the behind-the-scenes video of how they got their shots.
The footage was shot in 6K and then compressed out to 4k.
Music by Tony Anderson, you can license his music here:
Behind-the-Scenes music is called "Fake Love" by We Shot The Moon.
"The camera attached to the gimbal was our trusty RED Dragon
and Canon 14mm 2.8/f and Canon 16-35mm 2.8/f as are two main lenses. We
shot everything at 6k resolution, frame rates ranging from 24fps, 60fps, and
82fps, and shutter speeds relatively high to allow us to pull clearer stills
from the video afterwards."
Canon 70-200mm 2.8/f (and the ground as the tripod).
"14mm 2.8, 16-35mm 2.8, 70-200mm 2.8. All Canon L
Series. Those are the 3 lenses we use 90% of the time," says Parker.
Read the full blog post about the Guatemala shoot: http://devingraham.blogspot.mx/2014/12/guatemala-land-of-eternal-spring.html
Watch other behind-the-scenes videos from Devin Graham and his team on their YouTube Channel: youtube.com/devinsupertramp
Learn about WeaveSleeve and how you can buy one of their cool wallets.
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